Valve's "Half-Life 3" may be released soon. As per reports, this speculation is due to leaked game codes.
A previous "Dota 2" update contained a code for a shattering glass panel, IGN has learned. As per the publication, it is coupled with a comment, which says it is used to force the HLVR player to speak. Along with this, a former Steam VR app Destinations update unveiled various code lines, which were reportedly linked to HLVR. As per the report, this covers weapons and ammo clips, among others.
In this regard, the game portion that features the player's speech indicates that if the game is really the upcoming "Half-Life," it will not be showcasing the lead character named Gordon Freeman. At this point, the VR version of the game is assumed to be legit in the process and that the primary elements of the game were utilized as part of the trial to run the game in VR mode.
Valve has to confirm the aforementioned details, as per reports. In addition, whether the leaked codes are intentional or not is vague at the moment.
According to Game N Guide, players will not get rich information on "Half-Life 3," if the leaks just lead to a VR game. As per the publication, despite the scarcity of updates about the game, players may still look forward for the game next year. According to reports, the game may be unveiled at the Steam Dev Days 2017. Also, the studio affirmed that it will announce software-related details at the event, which will please players.
Developed by Valve, "Half-Life" was initially released in 1998.
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