Half-Life, Portal, and Left 4 Dead publisher Valve is hiring level designers and writers to work on 'top secret' new video game projects it has in development.
According to series writer Marc Laidlaw, even if Half-Life 3 eventually receives a release, the first-person shooter's ending may not have a resolution at all.
Reddit user liquidsys spots a poster in the lobby of Valve's building that teases a release party for Half-Life 3 to take place today, on April Fools.
Speaking to a roundtable of reporters, Gabe Newell reveals that some of his 'childish' employees at Valve enjoy teasing fans about the possibility of Half-Life 3.
Responding to a question during his Reddit AMA, Valve president Gabe Newell confirms that he is open to developing a new IP set in the Half-Life universe.
During a recent podcast, Andrew Reiner reveals that he spoke to a Valve employee who confirmed that Valve toyed with the idea of Half-Life 3 being an RTS game.
This coming Tuesday, May 24th marks the 10 year anniversary of Valve's announcement for Half-Life 2: Episode 3, promising it to be released by Christmas of 2007.
A Fallout 4 parody cartoon joins the ever-increasing ranks of things that have made fun of Half-Life 3's development cycle, by making a visual joke from the future.
Development hell is home to many highly anticipated games. As developers struggle with technology updates, funding, or lost direction, gamers have cause to fear that these four games may never get made.
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.