The latest patch for Valve’s extremely popular MOBA game, Dota 2, contains possible evidence confirming the existence of the ever elusive Half-Life 3.
Valve writer confirms to gamers that Half-Life 3 will not be a virtual reality game, though he didn’t completely deny the existence of the fabled Half-Life sequel.
Players discover a Half-Life 3 easter egg hidden in a cave in the post-apocalyptic world of the recent Mad Max video game that suggests Half-Life 3 is dead.
Upset that there hasn’t been any ‘Half-Life’ since ‘Half-Life 2: Episode Two?’ In an interview, Warren Spector says that it might be Mickey Mouse’s fault.
Ambitious fan mod ‘Half-Life 2: Update’ has been approved by Valve to bring modern graphics and multitudes of bug fixes to the 10-year-old Half-Life 2 game.
Valve head honcho Gabe Newell doesn’t sound too fond of the idea of a traditional ‘Half-Life 3.’ Something that ‘moves [the franchise] forward,’ however? That still might be in the cards.
After a comment from HTC that suggested that Valve would be making a version of ‘Half-Life’ for their VR headset Vive, HTC chairwoman Cher Wang apologizes, saying that that’s not the case.
Valve is still teasing the existence of ‘Half-Life 3’ without confirming anything, this time by referencing the game in a recent ‘DOTA 2’ UGC tools release.
Two guys from a marketing firm want to use crowdfunding to pressure Valve to release ‘Half-LIfe 3.’
It seems that Valve may have quietly launched much awaited Source Engine 2 – but only time will reveal all.
The creator of ‘Counter-Strike’ claims to have seen concept art for ‘Half-Life 3’ and has information on the development of the next ‘Left 4 Dead’ game.
Gordon Freeman and Alyx Vance brave the cold in search of the Borealis in a new, and impressive, fan-made trailer for ‘Half-Life 3.’
Gabe Newell hints that Valve is more interested in ‘following where customers are leading’ than developing the long-awaited ‘Half-Life 3’.
‘Half-Life’ fans can breathe a sigh of relief as Valve reveals they will not develop exclusive killer apps for their recently announced SteamOS or Steam Machines.
DICE Creative Director Lars Gustavsson thinks it will only take one killer app to help sell gamers on the Linux platform – will that killer app be ‘Half-Life 3?’
The ‘Half-Life 3’ trademark has apparently not been registered in Europe by Valve after all – but does anyone still care whether ‘Half-Life 3’ is confirmed or not?
Some may be disappointed that ‘Half Life 3’ wasn’t announced last week the elusive project may be related to the upcoming SteamOS and Steam Machines.