After its undeniably shaky reception, Duke Nukem Forever developers Gearbox have announced that they will be releasing fixes and patches for the decade-in-development shooter.

Gearbox Community Manager Chris Faylor announced this on the Gearbox Forums yesterday:

“The development team has been hard at work combing through the feedback provided here and elsewhere, with updates based on this feedback currently in the works for all three platforms.

Among the changes coming to PC are a new expanded inventory option that allows you to carry up to four weapons in the single-player campaign, Valve Anti-Cheat System (VAC) support, push-to-talk voice chat, the ability to adjust FOV plus other fixes and improvements that are still being tested.

We’ll be sharing more details about the updates, including those coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, as they’re finalized. Thanks again for your support!”

The original post can be found here.

The promise to hold more weapons was certainly an issue that many gamers felt did not fit the ‘old Duke’ style of gameplay. We can only hope that the other fixes deliver what the fans hope for.