Gearbox has announced that the Hail to the Icons Parody Pack and its four new multiplayer maps for Duke Nukem Forever will be available starting next week on Tuesday, October 11. Those who joined the First Access Club before Duke Nukem Forever launched will get it free. Those who didn’t get in early, can purchase the pack for 800 MSP or $9.99 on PS3 and Steam. Additional updates to all versions will be released on the same day, which will not only add support for the new content, but will also add various optimizations and bug fixes.
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Duke Nukem Forever
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