It was all too good to be true, wasn't it? A release date set in stone, May 3, for what's probably the world's most belated game ever. Well, turns out Duke has been subject to one more delay. Take-Two Interactive announced this morning that the game will now hit North American store shelves on June 14. Strangely, the international release will come four days before the U.S. and Canadian launch.
Not above making fun of itself, Gearbox Software released the following video for the occasion:
Of course, a delay of one month and change is like a grain of sand in the desert of Duke Forever delays. We're talking about a game that was originally supposed to come out in 1998. Here's hoping this latest delay will be the last.
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