In yet another string of events that's likely to have someone calling out Half-Life 3 confirmed, Valve have stirred the pot by updating the original Half-Life first released in 1998.
Unlike a certain few other publishers, Valve seem completely open - and encouraging - to the idea of fans doing what they won't. Those fans are almost done recreating Half-Life in its entirety, and they're dishing out a quick sneak-peek.
Valve News Network has reported that there is hope for Half-Life fans in the form of an all-new VR game.Valve recently released a Steam VR app called Destinations. Someone looked through the games files and found, a project titled HL:VR with code pointing to the experimentation with Half-Life assets in VR.
This is the kind of story you can only read with sigh and a slow, disapproving shake of the head. Gamescom 2016 opens as of tomorrow, and already giant banners adorn the German convention center advertising upcoming titles like Dishonored 2 and Titanfall 2. Along with that, an unexpected banner in trademark orange advertising Half-Life: 3.
Marc Laidlaw is a bit of a legend in the gaming community. After all, besides being an accomplished science-fiction and horror writer, he also wrote the stories for the much acclaimed Half-Life series. Nonetheless, all good things must come to an end and Marc Laidlaw announced today that after 18 years, he has left the Valve corporation.