Duke Nukem Forever hasn’t even come out on consoles and on PC yet and there is already some fishy evidence pointing to signs of a port for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. What’s the evidence? TouchArcade discovered that Duke Nukem Forever‘s Steam manual includes references to Apple’s “App Store.”
We know, it’s hardly conclusive evidence, but darn it, we’ll take what we can get. The iPad 2 and iPhone 4 are certainly capable little devices powerful enough to handle a nice dumbed-down version of Duke Nukem Forever.
Whether or not developers Gearbox are involved with this reported iOS version is uncertain, but honestly who cares as long as the game rocks all of Duke’s crazy lines and antics? Bring it on.
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