Half-Life 3 coming out today?

The Gamescom show starts today and while this may be exciting news for some of you there’s something even more exciting about it – the Gamescom list of games to be revealed at the show includes the mysterious and highly-expected Half-Life 3 game!

Valve has kept quiet on the issue so far but a massive release of the game has not been ruled out of the picture. Indeed, some of the gaming sites out there including Game Informer have hinted of a massive announcement at the Gamescom show this week.

Half-Life 2 Logo

The rumor is also fueled by the fact someone just recently leaked some concept art dedicated to Half-Life 2: Episode 3 – and we know that most of it will be used in Half-Life 3 for sure. Some people even expect a double release at the show – Half-Life 3 to be complemented by the release of Half-Life 2: Episode 3, which will conclude the story of the second Half-Life game.

The Half-Life series first debuted in 1998 and quickly became a gaming icon with the first game winning multiple awards, while the sequel, which became available in 2004 is still regarded, even today, as one of the finest games ever released.


Source: Techdigest.tv

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