Although it’s been a few weeks since Duke Nukem Forever has been released, 2K games has finally announced that the demo to the game is now available to the public. Previously only available to First Access members, the demo can now be downloaded by anyone with an internet connection. The game hasn’t exactly had very favorable reviews, so a move like this could help change the minds of consumers who are still thinking about purchasing the game and want to experience it firsthand before making a decision.
The demo is available for the Xbox 360 and PC (PS3 version coming soon). For PC users, head over to the Steam website to download the Duke Nukem Forever demo. Give it a shot and let us know what you think about it. I myself might give it a go this weekend since I haven’t played the full game yet.
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