Duke Nukem 3D Reloaded Summary
The legal scuffle between Gearbox Software and 3D Realms has just escalated as the Duke Nukem creator "denies all allegations" made by the Borderlands developer, and make their own accusations instead.
3DR "retains the right to develop" Duke Nukem Survivor, and that the trademark for Duke Nukem was "never assigned to Gearbox," but remains with 3D Realms.
Danish studio Interceptor Entertainment, who was working with 3D Realms on a new Duke Nukem, has now acquired the Apogee/3D Realms business. The plan is to allegedly use 3D Realms as a brand.
This comes amid legal trouble as Gearbox Software stop development of the newly revealed top-down RPG Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, claiming they have no rights.
There's doings afoot! Interceptor Entertainment, developer of Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded, is apparently working feverishly on a top-down action-RPG for PC and PS4 set in the Duke Nukem universe.
They call it 'Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction', according to a now offline teaser. Fans cracked an 'alien text' cypher to spill the game's secrets. It uses the Unreal engine and is due this year.
While Duke Nukem Forever was released to jeers and critical savaging, the previous 1996 title, Duke Nukem 3D, has a special place in the hearts of gamers who are of a certain age. Well, an indie developer made of Duke fans have been working on an updated version of the classic game with modern graphics and tech called Duke Nukem 3D Reloaded.