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Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary Edition World Tour Available for Digital Download

October 11, 2016 / 2:26 PM

By: Matthew Williams

 

It is time to bust out your bubble gum again – Duke Nukem makes his marvelous return in Gearbox Software’s newest game, Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary Edition World Tour.

 

Starting today at 5PM PDT, fans will be able to download this ballsy first-person shooter for PS4, Xbox One, or PC for an MSRP of $19.99. The remake features “new, never-before-seen content from the original development team”, which includes a new episode, called Alien World Order. The episode introduces eight new areas for Duke to kick some major ass in, such as: Amsterdam, Paris, San Francisco, and more!

Other features in the remake include:

  • Hail to the King, Baby! – Complete, all-new episode containing eight brand new, classically-designed levels created by the original designers of Duke Nukem 3D, Allen Blum III and Richard “Levelord®” Gray
  • Come Get Some! – All-new original music composed by Lee Jackson, original author of Duke Nukem’s iconic theme “Grabbag” and sound designer for Duke Nukem 3D, along with new one-liners from the voice of Duke himself, Jon St. John
  • I’ve Got Balls of Steel! – All-new behind-the-scenes commentary from the original development team, accessible in-game
  • I’m Lookin’ Good! – Play the game using the original 1996 graphics engine or toggle in real time to play with the original content rendered at improved fidelity and frame rate using Gearbox’s all-new “True3D Rendering” mode
  • Ooh, That’s Gotta Hurt! – Duke it out online with up to eight players in Dukematch or team up in eight-player online co-op

Don’t have the ability to download games digitally? Have no fear – gamers will be able to pick up a physical copy of the game (PS4 or Xbox One) at a local area GameStop on October 18th.

About the author /


Matthew, a graduate from Texas Christian University, now works as a Digital Analytics Consultant for Society Consulting. With a passion for video games (mostly retro and survival horror) and data, Matthew is pursuing a career in game analytics.

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