Working and co-developing Left 4 Dead 3 while the two game developers are situated 800 miles apart is a difficult task. There is a lot of tripping over the other’s decisions and problems and it wasn’t working out for the two developing company. They decided to make things better and have moved into different directions.
On the other hand, IGN has reported that Chris Ashton, the co-founder of Turtle Rock had said there are a lot of people on his team who would jump on to work with Valve for Left 4 Dead 3.
Left 4 Dead was released for the PC and Xbox 360 in 2008, October. In a year’s time, Left 4 Dead 2 was released in November 2009, but since then it’s just been a long wait for the fans. Fans are still waiting for the third instalment Left 4 Dead 3 almost six years since the last version; and there hasn’t been officially confirmation by either Valve or Electronic Arts.
There was much excitement when visitors at Valve Corporation saw references to the much anticipated game in their changelog.
Valve, however, never made any comments on this when it was revealed in the media and fans have taken this to be a confirmation that the developers are thinking of bringing back Left 4 Dead 3 soon.
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