Half Life 3 Release Date News: ‘Half Life 3’ Gets New Developer? Valve Hints Video Game Sequel To Hit At E3 2015


Half Life 3 Release Date News: 'Half Life 3' Gets New Developer? Valve Hints Video Game Sequel To Hit At E3 2015
Half Life 3 Release Date News: 'Half Life 3' Gets New Developer? Valve Hints Video Game Sequel To Hit At E3 2015

Half Life 3 Release Date News: Valve Corporation, who develops the game “Half Life,” may announce the video game’s sequel at the 2015 E3 event.

While Valve hasn’t said much about “Half Life 3’s progress a recent update on “Steam” allegedly revealed the video game’s logo.

Half Life 3 has not yet been officially confirmed and gamers are speculating that Valve may give the new game to another developer.  Motoring Crunch reported that Valve may give Half Life 3’s development to a third party developer to quiet the fans but Half Life fans oppose the idea.

Gamers belive a third party developer might ruin the entire Half Life series.

Half Life and Half Life 2 are thought to be among the best video games in history.

According to gameplay information, Half Life 3’s Gordon Freeman might use the Aperture Science technique to get closer with the Aperture Science in order to get to the Borealis.

According to VCPost , Valve co-founder Gabe Newell said “The only reason we’d go back and do like a super classic kind of product is if a whole bunch of peoplee just internally at Valve said they wanted to do it and had a reasonable explanation for why they did,” Newell said.

IGN report reported that Valve executive Gabe Newell discussed the game in a Game Slice podcast saying a third title might not be such a great idea after the “Portal” sequel.

“The only reason we’d go back and do like a super classic kind of product is if a whole bunch of people just internally at Valve said they wanted to do it and had a reasonable explanation for why [they did],” Newell said at the Game Slice Podcast.

“But you know if you want to do another Half-Life game and you want to ignore everything we’ve learned in shipping Portal 2 and in shipping all the updates on the multiplayer side, that seems like a bad choice.” “So we’ll keep moving forward.

But that doesn’t necessarily always mean what people are worried that it might mean.”    

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