The developer behind critically-mauled shooter Duke Nukem Forever has expressed interest in pumping out another title in the foul-mouthed series.
Speaking with IGN, Gearbox president Randy Pitchford revealed that if a new Duke Nukem were to be made, it would probably turn out a little different than the previous effort.
After all, Gearbox didn't join the project until the troubled shooter had been in development for well over a decade. It was only when 3D Realms went under that Gearbox purchased the rights to the IP and took over the development reins in 2010.
Said Pitchford: “I think what I would do and what Gearbox would do would be a little different. I think it would be amazing, and I look forward to that.”
Duke Nukem Forever was released in June 2011 after 15 years of development. Would you like to see the King return for another outing? Let us know in the comments section below.