Half Life 3: Unannounced

Half Life 3: Unannounced

Half Life 3: Unannounced

Half Life 3: Unannounced


Half Life 3 Remains unannounced, but a short fan film explored something that we have never thought of before. What has Gordon Freeman been doing this whole time.

This film explores this possibility and oddly makes me feel bad for the man, being forced to do nothing but drink soda and play with his gravity gun, instead of his usual world saving. This Short film was made by Fence Post Productions and is shown below.



It is a shame to see a man who, not once but twice, saved the world just let himself go. Hopefully Valve is working hard on a sequel, or at least announce that they are simply not ever going to. That way Gordon can either train himself up for the ass kicking he is going to do or just go outside and do whatever he desires, unrestrained by the lollygagging done by whoever is working on Half Life 3.

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Most Recent Comments

09-02-2015, 11:42:59

That is so depressing...Valve really needs to do something with the series.Quote

09-02-2015, 13:10:45

The longer they wait the more hype that builds up.. they haven't given any info on HL3 and yet fans keep roaring more and more. Mine as well wait and build the game in secret for a few years. It would allow them to build the best game they could and not have to worry about Early Access/Alpha players spoiling it.Quote

09-02-2015, 13:16:09

It would be a great troll to just drop Half Life 4.


09-02-2015, 13:20:36

Originally Posted by JR23 View Post
It would be a great troll to just drop Half Life 4.

Everyone would go bat crazyQuote

09-02-2015, 13:36:55

Valve have messed up, the hype is all but non-existent apart from these rare and depressing titbits.

Here's a simile for you - Half Life 3 is like a vessel of boiling water, only the Valve is broken, the Steam is all released with no vapour[ware] to be seen, and the pressure to deliver something monuingmental only continues to build.

Valve, what are you waiting for?Quote

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