Gearbox Want to Credit Everyone Who Worked on DNF

By zigs00, 7 years ago
If there's one thing that everyone knows about Duke Nukem Forever it's that the game's been in development forever. Well, a good thirteen, fourteen years, at least.

Gearbox announced that they'd taken up the the development reigns back in September, but they want to make sure that everyone who has worked on the game during its lengthy history is credited for their work. Seriously.

Duke Nukem Forever is legendary in its development cycle. Over the years, the game has been in the hands of several publishers and many developers have come through the doors at 3D Realms that may have contributed in some way to the game.

As the studio responsible for Duke Nukem Forever, it is our desire to recognise and acknowledge the people who have in some way been a part of the legacy and evolution of the game.

If you have at some point been involved with Duke Nukem Forever and would like to be considered for having an acknowledgement in the game, please let us know who you are and how you are associated with the game.

Thank you for your contributions to Duke Nukem Forever and for taking the time to let us know who you are and how you contributed.
If you head on over to their sign up page, you'll see the options range from "Worked for a Developer/Publisher," "Contractor or Agency" and "Press with Notable Affiliation," right through to "Community" and "Fan." Which does leave the bar for entry pretty darn low...

It potentially means that these could be the longest credit sequences of any video game - let's just hope that adding all those names to the credits sequence doesn't take so long that they have to delay the game again!

Duke Nukem Forever is scheduled to release on May 3rd in North America and May 6th in Europe. If you've yet to pre-order the game, you might want to check our previous articles about its limited "Balls of Steel" Edition and pre-order bonuses.
Credit for this story goes to N0RVY