3D Realms boss Scott Miller has responded to claims by the Dallas Business Journal that he has set platforms and a date for long-in-development shooter Duke Nukem Forever.
“As usual,” he told VG247 in response to a question of the original article’s validity, “the press got it wrong. Sigh.”
The article in question claimed that Miller said, “We haven’t formally announced any platforms for DNF, but, of course hitting the big three makes the most sense (PC, PS3, 360)” in an email exchage, and also set a 2008 release date for the game.
An Xbox Live version of Duke Nukem 3D was also detailed in the piece, to feature “on-line multiplayer support, Xbox Live achievements, on-line score boards, and a co-op mode”.
Miller quickly refuted the story’s content on Shacknews.
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