November 1, 1999

Duke Nukem Forever Screenshots are Here!

Well, here you go Duke fans. You've screamed about it for months and it's finally time. We're posting the first shots of Duke Nukem Forever using the Unreal engine. These were done for the December issue of PC Gamer. It appears that their German counterpart has already released their version of the article. As a result, the DNF shots are being scanned and posted like mad across the net. Since this is inevitable and we'd like people to see the game as it's intended, we're releasing the real shots now, a little ahead of schedule. Apologies to the fine folks at PC Gamer (and Gary Whitta in particular), but they will still sell a zillion copies of the magazine Make sure to go buy a copy and get all the inside scoop of Duke Nukem Forever. Enjoy the shots, and please set up mirrors as fast as you can, so our site doesn't explode.

There's a total of 10 of them. You can click on any of the thumbnails below for a larger image that will load in another window. If you care to download a zip archive of all 10 of them, you can grab that file here. (These shots are large - they range in size from 450k to 710k)

NOTE: The screenshots were removed later, as we feel they no longer represent the way the game looks in it's current state.

Posted by Joe Siegler on November 1, 1999 at 1:00 PM | Permalink
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