With just a week to go until the release of the PC games industry's longest running joke, Duke Nukem Forever, developers Gearbox have released an official video trailer.
Previously Gearbox announced "one more delay" in March in a cheeky video, shifting the release of the game from May to June. Small beans given the the 14 year wait PC gamers have endured for the return of the macho cigar-chewing Duke.
Gamers registering pre-ordered copies before the game's release date next week, thereby becoming part of what Gearbox calls the Duke Nukem First Access Club,now have early access to a Duke Nukem Forever demo.
Gearbox also announced that Duke Nukem Forever First Access Club members "will be given a code that will allow them to download a To-Be-Announced Premium Game Add-On pack for free once the content is available."
Essentially Gearbox is giving pre-orders of Duke Nukem Forever the first DLC for free when it becomes available while others will have to pay around $10 for it. Duke Nukem Forever is out on the 10th of June in Europe and 14th of June in the US.
See the Duke Nukem Forever trailer below. As you might expect the video contains course language and scenes not suitable for children or your boss.