Rejoice my brethren, our lord and savior is about to grace us with his presence.
According to Venturebeat:
“Fans could ask Newell if Valve still plans to make new games or if it will focus on VR, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. But many questions could focus on Half-Life 3. The fist Half-Life shot Valve into super stardom in 1998 by adding a compelling narrative experience to a shooter, while its 2004 sequel added gravity-based mechanics like a gun that could pick up nearby objects and send them flying. Fans and critics often consider both to be among the greatest games ever made. But we haven’t had a new entry in the series since Half-Life 2: Episode Two came out in 2007, which ended on a cliffhanger.
Valve claimed that it was working on an Episode Three — with the Half-Life 2 expansions originally planned as a trilogy — but that project disappeared. Although Valve never announced a Half-Life 3, many assume at this point that if any new game in the series comes out, it would no longer be a standalone expansion to Half-Life 2 with so much time having passed. But Valve may not have any interest in making a new Half-Life. Valve has shifted much of its focus on non-software related projects, including Steam Machines (gaming computers designed to plug into a TV) and the HTC Vive virtual reality headset. Last week, Game Informer published an interview with an unverified source at Valve that says after many false starts, the developer is not working on Half-Life 3″
Will we have a flash sale? Will he finally reveal the secret to his glorious beard?
Will we finally get an answer on Half Life 3? Of course we won’t. Half Life 3 is not destined within the lifetime of our specie. We have to wait for the next rapture and the obliteration of mankind, a time where new life forms will emerge to unearth our old systems and discover Half Life 2 on it.
Okay that might be too much, but come one Gabe, spoil us.