Valve has denied speculation that it is working on a third Left 4 Dead game after Alvin Wang Graylin, HTC’s president for Vive in China, posted a slide alleging that “LFD3” (together with Half-Life: Alyx) would spur demand for VR in 2020. The developer’s employees are “completely not working on something L4D associated now, and have not for years,” following a press release to IGN. While Valve did “briefly” look at a next-gen version of the co-op shooter a few years prior, there’s nothing within the works now.
The corporate speculated that individuals had been “having fun creating misinformation” to fire up the group. There have been different rumors; together with Valve News Network’s declared that it had leaked L4D3 concept artwork and screenshots.
That is sure to be unhappy news if you have fond memories of L4D’s desperate escapes, last-minute rescues, and valiant last stands. Valve sympathized with avid gamers by saying that it “unfortunately” wasn’t involved in a sequel, although. And have a look at it this manner: you are probably doing pretty well if you have to ‘make do’ with a new Half-Life game.
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