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Duke Nukem is leaking again



The Duke Nukem 3d remake leaks online.

Once again, there has leaked code from a Duke Nukem game. This time it is playable code from Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded which has been found online, and those responsible go under the nick x0r, reports PC Gamer. It's the same nod that last May leaked the Duke Nukem Forever code from E3 2001.

Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded was announced in 2010 under the working name Duke Nukem: Next Gen and would become a remake of the 90s classic, coded by Danish Interceptor Entertainment (now Slipgate Ironworks). But after the pale reception for Duke Nukem Forever in the summer of 2011, Gearbox chose to pause the development of the 3d remake, and that was the end of it.

The now leaked version should contain a couple of paths and a multiplayer mode (which borrows some from UT) against bots. The movie clip shows what it looks like.

This is the third Duke leak since last spring. First, as DNF said in 2001, and a few weeks ago we wrote that the hunting game (japp) Duke Nukem: Endanged Species also appeared online.



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