Half Life 3 may be a real thing, if Steam’s database is anything to go by. Steam’s database is a reliable source of leaks as in the past it leaked one hell of unannounced games that were coming to the PC. And almost a month ago, Valve created a Half Life 3 page.
As we can see, Valve has created Half Life 3’s page that features a section for developers, beta testers, as well as the game itself.
For what is worth, we are marking this as a rumour. First of all, while all previous Half Life games featured the dash, this one does not. Yes yes, this is a silent dash but still.
Moreover, Valve has not officially revealed anything yet, so until this game has been officially unveiled, take everything you just read with a grain of salt.
This information surfaced thanks to Steam’s new feature, via which users can remove unwanted licenses from their Steam library.
In related news, the following games were also spotted:
69024 DARK SOULS III
74693 Rise of the Tomb Raider (Pre-Purchase)
64178 FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster
71869 FINAL FANTASY VI
75298 Bad Rats Show
Steam Database issued an update regarding these recent leaks:
“While this information comes straight from Valve and many of these kinds of leaks turned out to be real in the past, it is important to note that third-party Steam developers can create and name their own apps/packages, a noteworthy mention of developers doing this are these packages, in which they are trying to XSS Steam.
Many things could also be old entries and as such no longer be in development/coming to Steam. An example of a previous leak that ended up being nothing (yet) is Halo 3.
TLDR: Half-Life 3 still not confirmed.”
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