Left 4 Dead 3 Is “Absolutely Not” In Development, Says Valve
Rumors begin to circulate every so often from someone claiming to know that a third entry in the Left 4 Dead series is on the way. The latest word to pop up was that Left 4 Dead 3 is currently in development. However, Valve has once again confirmed that the game simply is not in the works.
Following tyhe recent rumors, Valve released a statement to IGN stating that while they did explore some Left 4 Dead-related things for next gen, they aren’t working on anything new for the series. They even go on to reiterate that they haven’t worked on anything in the franchise, especially Left 4 Dead 3, in years.
“We’ve seen rumors to this effect for the last couple of months,” Valve said. “We did briefly explore some Left 4 Dead next gen opportunities a few years ago. But we are absolutely not working on anything L4D related now, and haven’t for years. It’s clear some people are having fun creating misinformation to spin up the community and other outlets. Unfortunately, for now a new L4D game is not something we’re working on.”
Of course, there will always be the running joke that Valve doesn’t know how to count to three, but with the likes of the next Half-Life game coming out, there is always the possibility that new life will come to previous franchise. Who knows, we just might get Left 4 Dead 3 one day, but that is just a pipe dream for the time being.
Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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