‘Left 4 Dead 3’ Latest News & Update: Game’s Future Uncertain Despite Leaked Info

By Staff Reporter , Updated Sep 07, 2016 01:37 PM EDT
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"Left 4 Dead 3" remains uncertain, despite previous leaked information, suggesting the title is under development. Fans are beginning to think, it might land the same fate as Valve's "Half Life 3." After the game developer released the latter, no form of sequel followed.

The lack of significant information or spoiler from Valve, apparently puts the game in a very compromising situation. With an apparent leaked documents labeled as "Left 4 Dead 3" is Valve trying to bail from the project?

The original "Left 4 Dead" game was first released in 2008. Since then, Valve has a released a sequel; "Left 4 Dead 3," which is also an Xbox One backwards compatibility title now. The success of the series significantly puts the title on the news, preferably the third installment to the series.

For years now, fans are left to wonder whether a sequel will arrive. "Half Life 3's" sequel remains uncertain, despite the last series being launched on 2007. It is something that is highly compared to Valve's "Left 4 Dead" series.

Until now, Valve is mum about any development on "Left 4 Dead 3." If anything else, the "Half Life 3's" future also remains uncertain. One of the main reasons why the title came to light is the fact that, Valve's Tristan Reidford teased the title's tutorial for the Destinations Workshop Tools. Conveniently labeled in one of the folder says left4dead3. If that's not an indication that a new "Left 4 Dead" series, then we honestly don't know how to call that.

Players who wish to stay in touch with the game, can now play "Left for Dead 2" on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. Are you hoping to play the next "Left 4 Dead" series? Make sure to get all the news and updates about "Left 4 Dead 3" by reading them here on Gamenguide.com.

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