Valve hasn’t published major games for a long time, but last year it released the acclaimed VR shooter Half-Life: Alyx, which takes place between Half-Life and Half-Life 2. And it looks like the development team is not satisfied with what has already been achieved.
In an interview with New Zealand Channel 1 News, Valve CEO Gabe Newell said that the company plans to announce several new (apparently story and single-player) games.
“Yes, there are games in development that we are going to announce. It’s fun to release games. It was great to get back to work on single-player games, it created a strong impetus within the company to develop more [таких игр, как Half-Life: Alyx]”Newell said.
Whether the new Valve games are from the Half-Life or Portal franchises, Newell did not disclose: “I have not successfully talked about these things and I hope to continue to do so while these are still unresolved issues. Then maybe we’ll move on to a new set of questions. The nice thing is that by not answering them, I avoid the community coming up with new questions that are just as difficult to answer. “…
Finally, Newell commented on the rumor of a multiplayer action movie codenamed Citadel. It is believed that ordinary PC gamers and owners of VR headsets will converge in a project with asymmetric gameplay. It is assumed that for one of the parties, the game will be a tactical strategy.
“We have [в Valve] several code names are used. I don’t know what Citadel is – what is Citadel? “ Newell asked.
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