Although no one will expected accept it, Valve doesn’t want fans to get their hopes adult for a recover of Half-Life 3.
Game Informer editor Andrew Reiner took on a plea of verifying a existence of Half-Life 3 behind in 2014, which finished adult being as tough as one competence guess. After many dead-ends, one unknown source concluded to strew some light on a situation. No one else would determine a source’s information and a editor expresses his confusion during edition unverified information that he did during a insistence of fans. Keeping that in mind, a source reportedly minute a studio’s viewpoint on Half-Life 3.
“There is no such thing as Half-Life 3. Valve has never announced a Half-Life 3. The closest they’ve come is after Half-Life 2, they pronounced there would be 3 episodes. We usually got dual of those. That is arguably an emptied promise. Anything else that we competence consider about as a full diversion or supplement has never been promised. we usually discuss that since it’s infrequently frustrating when people arrange of assume or have sad meditative about a future. Because they wish to pronounce about a future, a anticipation starts to turn genuine in their minds, even yet they have a totally opposite form on a developer side.”
Subsequent answers from a developer continue to expostulate home a fact that it is not looking good for Half-Life fans.
“At any given moment, they make decisions as they come. If some people within Valve make something that they collectively feel is exciting, afterwards it will happen. That’s going to be tough for that to occur now.”
The full talk can be checked out on Game Informer’s website in that fans can get a deeper bargain of how Valve works as a developer.
The potentially everlasting wait for a subsequent installment has not stemmed a unrestrained for many fans, as Half-Life 2: Episode 2 was given a endowment of “Game That Deserves a Sequel” during final year’s Steam Awards.
Source: Game Informer