Remember when Gearbox told CVG that Duke Nukem Forever was "three times the size" of Modern Warfare 2? It wasn't messing around: boss Randy Pitchford has revealed that the average playthrough of the game lasts "16 to 18 hours".
Pitchford, who rescued the game when it was cancelled after over a decade in development, also revealed that the protagonist's penchant for all things sexually immature hasn't gone anywhere.
In addition to discussing a level in which Duke goes on a US chat show, is shrunk and ends up riding around on a remote controlled car, Pitchford told GameTrailers that a Duke-branded female vibrator will also make an appearance.
And that's not all. "There's a glory hole," revealed Pitchford. "Yeah. Fortunately, I'll just leave it at that."
When asked about the game's campaign length, he added: ""Average playtimes are more like 16, 18 hours. I know! It's like three or four Call Of Duties, right? I'm not kidding... The game will speak for itself. I love it."
Duke Nukem Forever is due for release for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on May 3 in the US and three days later in Europe.