Gabe Newell says the success of final yr’s Half-Life: Alyx has “created quite a lot of momentum” for Valve to make extra single-player video games.
Chatting with 1 Information in New Zealand, the place he’s at present driving out the COVID-19 pandemic, Newell confirmed that Valve “undoubtedly have video games in growth” that might be introduced sooner or later. Pressed on the potential of a kind of video games being Citadel, a rumored codename for a Half-Life title with doable co-op and VR help, Newell merely said he didn’t “know what ‘Citadel is”.
He additionally carried out the ritual of declining to touch upon the potential of Half-Life three and Portal three. Sorry.
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However, no matter Valve is engaged on, it’s prone to be single-player. Referring to final yr’s VR-exclusive journey, he mentioned: “Alyx was nice — to be again doing single-player video games, that created quite a lot of momentum inside the corporate to do extra of that.”
Sadly Newell didn’t touch upon if these video games might be VR. Years again, Newell did reveal Valve was engaged on three VR titles however, across the launch of Alyx, the corporate confirmed to us these efforts had been consolidated into engaged on the prequel. The destiny of these titles stays in-question.
Then, again in 2020, Geoff Keighley’s Half-Life: Alyx – Remaining Hours revealed that Valve has been engaged on a “top-secret” venture since 2018, and that there’s a need to make a Half-Life three amongst sure staff. Such a sport, although, is perhaps for PCs and consoles and never VR.
Even when that’s the case, we undoubtedly hope Alyx isn’t the top of Valve’s VR growth. In our interview with the staff round Alyx’s launch, they mentioned the sport’s ending might be seen because the staff “issuing a problem” to Valve’s hardware groups.
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