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One of the upcoming projects teased on the freshly-launched crowdfunding site Gambitious is Earth No More, a first person shooter in co-development at 3D Realms, the infamous studio behind the first fourteen years of Duke Nukem Forever.

Very little detail is offered about the game, only a low-res logo and the brief summary "Mankind’s relentless destruction of Earth awakens a biological response from deep within the planet’s crust that threatens an environmental apocalypse.", however Eurogamer has shed some more light on the reveal, noting that Scott Miller's (an 3D Realms alum and one of Gambitious founders) Radar Group production company lists Earth No More as a PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 title, and that it was originally due in 2009 but got bogged down by the Duke Nukem drama.

Oddly, the studio that is co-developing Earth No More with 3D realms is being kept secret, but Eurogamer reports that the collaboration with 3D Realms will be similar to that of their work with Remedy on Max Payne and Human Head Studios on the original Prey.



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