As for future Half-Life tasks, Valve says that they're “not afraid of Half-Life” anymore and are fascinated by the potential of creating a non-VR Half-Life recreation. Nonetheless, there are nonetheless some discussions concerning the potential issues with a venture that measurement and whether or not or not Valve is keen to decide to that idea.
The Last Hours of Half-Life: Alyx additionally options a number of the first substantial official info we’ve ever heard from Valve concerning Left 4 Dead 3. Mainly, it does appear that Valve was engaged on Left 4 Dead 3 at one level. The sport was designed as an open-world title set in Morocco which might have featured a whole bunch of zombies on-screen directly. Sadly, the event of that venture was canceled due largely to these aforementioned issues with the event of the Supply 2 engine. Valve didn’t point out that they've any speedy plans to revive that venture or one thing comparable.
Extra canceled Valve tasks embody “RPG” (an RPG much like The Elder Scrolls and Monster Hunter which by no means made it far into improvement), “A.R.T.I.” (a Minecraft-like creation recreation that was put apart to make room for Half-Life: Alyx), “SimTrek” (one other VR recreation developed by Kerbal House Program crew members), “Scorching Canine” (a Left 4 Dead-like recreation that Valve didn’t discuss a lot), and “Vader” (a canceled VR headset that may have value about $5,000 per unit primarily based on the corporate’s authentic ambitions for the design).
Lastly, Valve talked about creating a top-secret recreation that they’ve been engaged on since 2018. Nonetheless, they didn’t share many particulars concerning that venture.
It’s actually fascinating to listen to how the issues with the Supply 2 engine so severely impacted the event of Half-Life 3 and Left 4 Dead 3. We wouldn’t blame these cancellations completely on that know-how, however that's the one downside that everybody concerned with these tasks has cited as a major downside.