Half Life 3 Release Date Leaked at GDC with Gabe Newell Denying All Rumors, Android/iOS Half-Life Game Possible, And More

All in all, Half-Life 3 will create a global scale phenomenon when it finally makes its debut. It could take place without Valve officially confirming the release date of this title.  The Half-Life 3 topic has been in existence for more than ten years already and right now, the confirmation of this title is still in a pending status. Fans are growing tired of this indefinite waiting period and are asking Valve to depend on third-party developers in order to create Half-Life 3. Such an occurrence is highly unlikely, and it shouldn’t happen either.

It is mainly because the Half-Life franchise is Valve’s brainchild. Passing Half-Life 3’s development to another title will tarnish its reputation of being one of the most successful gaming franchises in history. On top of that, the legacy of the Half-Life franchise belongs to Valve, and they would never pass it on to another developer. The impatient fans will have to wait for now and hope for a confirmation at E3 this year.

In conclusion, at the moment, a lot of people are anticipating a release of Half-Life 3, compatible with their VR headset and their new Steam OS. Since Half-Life has a huge fan base, it is quite possible that the developers will want to create the game on their new hardware. It will also ensure that their new gear gets all the attention it deserves. HTC, who will be working with Valve on the Vive VR headset, hinted that Valve might release Half-Life content for Android and iOS.

Stay tuned for more updates on Half-Life 3!