Left 4 Dead 3: No Official Confirmation Yet, Co-Founders Turtle Rock Have Mixed Views, And More!

It has been six years since Left 4 Dead 2 was released and the fans of the exciting fist person shooter survival game are getting impatient. Known to be a one of a kind survival horror shooting game, Left 4 had made quite a name for them.

Left 4 Dead 3 release dates have been speculated ever since the previous installment of the game had come out in 2009. The game was released in both the PC and the Xbox 360. However, there hasn’t been any official confirmation yet.

There were rumors that the Left 4 Dead 3 was being development three years, but since then nothing concrete has been revealed. The previous two versions of the video game were created in collaboration between Turtle Rock Studios and Valve Corporation.

Rumors has it that Turtle Rock Studios will focus on the development and creation of Left 4 Dead 3 after they complete Evolve. Evolve came out in February of this year. It was released in PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Gaming industry insiders believed that with Evolve out in the market and doing well. Turtle Rock will now collaborate with Valve Corporation to develop Left 4 Dead 3.

Things in reality are very different. According to Cinema Blend, Turtle Rock Studios has decided not to get involved in Left 4 Dead 3. It has left the whole development process to be handled by Valve Corporation. Phil Robb, the co-founder of Turtle Rock Studios has said in an interview in February that they are no longer involved in Left 4 Dead 3.

Robb has said that Turtle Rock has moved into different things and the development of the much anticipated game is completely in the hands of Valve Corporation. The only way Turtle Rock and he will get together for Left 4 Dead 3 is as a fan of the gaming series.