Published: Sun, January 19, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Valve clarifies that Left 4 Dead 3 is not in development

Valve clarifies that Left 4 Dead 3 is not in development

In a statement sent to IGN, a Valve spokesperson said the following: "We've seen rumors to this effect for the last couple of months. But we are completely no longer working on something L4D linked now, and haven't for years".

"It is clear that some people have fun creating erroneous information to make the community and other outlets divide".

But we're skipping over what is probably the biggest piece in the entire thing - Left 4 Dead 3 is being talked about like it's a VR game.

However accurate or inaccurate those predictions prove to be, we can say for sure that the one about Left 4 Dead 3 is way off the mark. Well, it seems we have further evidence to support these claims of Left For Dead 3 still being in development.

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In a statement to IGN, Valve was pretty adamant that a new Left 4 Dead title is not in development. According to the president of HTC China, Alvin Wang Graylin, Left 4 Dead 3 It is now under development for virtual reality devices, and will be released in 2020.

If you need me, then I'm playing Left 4 Dead 2 on Steam. Please keep in mind to always take this with a pinch of salt until Valve confirms it. If you enjoyed this article, why not share it on social media. We may have a bit of news, however, that provides a bit more evidence for the "Left 4 Dead 3 is definitely happening" side.

I think my favorite part of the Valve statement is their commentary on gaming rumors.

However, according to Valve, while there were some explorations into a next-gen Left 4 Dead title in the past, a new game in the zombie series is not now in active development. Meanwhile, Left 4 Dead fans will have to be satisfied with the first two entries, or one of their upcoming esoteric successors, like Back 4 Blood or GTFO, the former of which is being developed by the actual Left 4 Dead developer, Turtle Rock. There's additionally no scarcity of video games on the market that play roughly just like L4D.

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