No Half-Life 3 at this year's E3, confirm Valve

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Half-Life-2-Episode-3.jpgSorry fans of the Freeman; Valve has confirmed that there will be no new product announcements from their team at this summer’s E3 gaming conference.

That sadly means that, yep, we’re gonna have to wait a little bit longer for Half-Life 3.

It’s been quite a wait for a return to the sci-fi first person series (often heralded as one of gaming’s best), with the last entry being Half-Life 2: Episode Two that was packaged with The Orange Box.

It’s not just a lack of software that will disappoint Valve’s loyal fanbase however, but also the lack of any hardware announcement. The rumour mill has been rife with chatter of a Steam Box, what is believed to be Valve’s own attempt at making a games console. But it seems that too will have to wait for another event, if such a product even exists.

So what will Valve be showing off at E3? Expect to see more on Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, as well as the possibility of more news on Portal 2 DLC.

Gerald Lynch

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    The difference between this website and IGN is that IGN provided evidence and you, however did not.

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    • Scott, here is an article from IGN, stating the same thing. 

      http://pc.ign.com/articles/122/1224191p1.htmlAre they a “terrible website” too? I think the thousands of people who consider their gaming views and news as a reputable source would suggest otherwise. Tech Digest trusts IGN, and believe this story to be accurate, as far as the secretive nature of major game launches allows us to be.

  • Given that there's no solid evidence to support your claims of “no Half-Life 3 at this year's e3”, I can't trust these claims.

    Also, given that I've never heard of this site before suggests a scheme to get people on the site, making the title of the article “No Half-Life 3 at this year's E3, confirm Valve” is bound to make people enquire in to these claims by coming to the site.

    This must be a terrible website if Gerald Lynch is unable to support the claims mentioned before.

    Don't trust this article. It's utter crap.

    • Scott, here is an article from IGN, stating the same thing. 

      http://pc.ign.com/articles/122… they a “terrible website” too? I think the thousands of people who consider their gaming views and news as a reputable source would suggest otherwise. Tech Digest trusts IGN, and believe this story to be accurate, as far as the secretive nature of major game launches allows us to be.

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