Duke Nukem Forever Restoration Project gets a first slice gameplay trailer

The team behind the Duke Nukem Forever Restoration Project has released a first slice gameplay trailer for it. This trailer will give you an idea of what the team has managed to create so far.

For those unaware, Duke Nukem Forever Restoration Project is a restoration project for the leaked 2001 version of Duke Nukem Forever. The team will attempt to recreate what 3D Realms showcased in its “fake” E3 2001 trailer.

The team is currently focused on finishing the polish for the first chapter of the game, ‘High Stakes, Lady Killer’. Moreover, it is working on a plethora of render and engine fixes alike; with many major and small fixes already developed, such as a proper ‘hair fix’ and progress on an entirely new renderer for the game in DirectX 9.

Now what’s cool here is that the DNFRP team has already managed to restore much of the content seen in the E3 trailers and promotional material. Not only that, but it’s working on an all-new story to bridge the gaps between what we know about the game and what we don’t.

Lastly, the First Slice Version of Duke Nukem Forever Restoration Project will release on December 21st. This version will feature the first chapter (which will have 9 levels). Naturally, we’ll be sure to share the download link once it becomes available.

Enjoy the trailer, and stay tuned for more!

Duke Nukem Forever Restoration Project First Slice Trailer

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