'Left 4 Dead 3' Release Date News: Anticipated Game To Be Revealed Early 2017

John LandichoJun 26, 2016 07:57 AM EDT
Valve/Left 4 Dead

Many fans were disappointed when "Left 4 Dead 3" didn't make an appearance at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016. However, immediately, there have been rumors circulating which says that the third installment of the famous zombie apocalyptic first person shooter game may now be in the works.

It has been eight years since Valve released the "Left 4 Dead 2." According to Christian Today, Turtle Rock Studios' founder, Phil Robb, said that they will be leaving all responsibilities of the game to Valve.

According to Game Rant, the game might also be the reason why Valve will be pushing back the release date of "Half-Life 3." There are no confirmation about this though.

Also according to Ecumenical News, the "Left 4 Dead 2" will be on a backwards compatibility program. The game will now be available for the Xbox One. The game was initially released for the PC, PlayStation 3 and for the Xbox 360.

As early as now, there are even rumors about the character's personalities: Irvin will be a gangster, Keenan will be a nerd, and Garret Jr. would be a Kenpo fighter. The only female character will be Katherine and so far, there are not information gathered yet about her character and her personality.

"Left 4 Dead" is a cooperative zombie apocalyptic first-person shooter video game which is developed by Valve South and published by Valve Corporation. The game was first released on November 17, 2008 through a downloadable version. A digital retail disc version was released shortly after. The game was originally made available for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, OS X.

 

 

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