Valve has put an end to reports about Left 4 Dead 3 remaining in advancement, by stating that the studio hasn’t been dealing with it for years.
” We’ve seen reports to this result for the last couple of months,” Valve said in a statement to IGN “We did quickly explore some Left 4 Dead next gen chances a couple of years earlier. We are definitely not working on anything L4D associated now, and have not for years.”
The mention of “L4D3” was seen by some as confirmation that HTC was developing Left 4 Dead 3 for VR, but rather led to Valve’s new declaration today.
Rumors about Left 4 Dead 3 being developed for VR have been circling around the web recently. 2 days back, the Valve News Network channel on YouTube posted what it claimed were dripped concept art and screenshots from the video game.
” It’s clear some people are having a good time developing misinformation to spin up the community and other outlets,” Valve said. “Sadly, in the meantime a brand-new L4D video game is not something we’re dealing with.”
Left 4 Dead was released in 2008, followed by Left for Dead 2 in2009 Left 4 Dead 3 was apparently in advancement in 2011 or 2012, according to Valve News Network, and then cancelled in2017
The Verge has actually connected to HTC and Valve for remark.