Our counterparts over at Shacknews have learned that 3D Realms has suffered a serious number of employee departures that could jeopardize the future of the perpetually delayed Duke Nuke Forever. Up to ten “major team members” have reportedly left the company since the end of last year, including 16-year Apogee and 3D Realms veteran Keith Schuler. Shacknews’ sources say the 3D Realms team is now down to around 18 members, having lost employees responsible for tasks like animation as well as physics and graphics programming. The sources are quoted as saying that Duke Nukem Forever may never come out unless 3D Realms makes “major changes” to its development process. More details are expected next week.