Duke Nukem Heads To PlayStation 4 And Xbox One [VIDEO]

While the macho doesn’t kick ass in a new title, he still takes his throne on new platforms.

The rumors and leaks were true yet again: Duke Nukem 3D is getting a facelift (again). The 20th Anniversary World Tour also received a launch date and pricing as well: it will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 11, and it will cost twenty dollars.

The game will contain a new episode with eight new levels – the creators are none other than the original designers: Allen Blum III and Richard „Levelord” Gray. The audio also gets improvements: Duke‘s voice, Jon St. John recorded new one-liners, and the original sound designer, Lee Jackson, has created a new soundtrack. There will also be a developer commentary, too. Graphically, you can switch between the original ’96 engine and the updated True3D Rendering version at any time.

So when will Duke get a new (!) game?

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