According to 3D Realms CEO George Broussard, the Duke Nukem Forever development team hit another "milestone"
Duke Nukem (it’ll take) Forever has been in the works for a very long time. While most of us have long since given up on the game (and put the possibility of Duke Nukem Forever up there with the Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause), those of you still looking for that one piece of news that justifies the shred of hope you so desperately cling to need look no further; this should tide you over for the next couple of years.
The Duke Nukem Forever team have apparently hit another milestone in production. According to 3DRealms' CEO George Broussard, the company passed another milestone last week. While Broussard didn’t say which milestone had been passed he did say that the team had roughly “71 more tasks to do” and that they had started with probably 800 to 900.
Before anyone starts hyperventilating, let's rain on the parade. We’re not about to get excited about these Tweets. Don’t forget, Duke Nukem is but one title that 3DRealms is working on and these status updates could be referring to any one of the other games 3DRealms has on its to-do list, like Prey 2. Still, it’s nice to dream.
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