‘Half Life 3’ Release Date, News & Update: Kraken Base, Submarines, VR Support & New Storyline Revealed! Main Reason Behind Delay Divulged
The first installment of game "Half Life" was launch on 1998 for Microsoft Windows. "Half Life" was later developed on 2000's by Valve. Since then, it became a big hit and it was played by millions of players around the world. Several years have passed and now avid fans and gamers want to see the upcoming "Half Life 3" game.
Valve has remained silent about the development of the "Half Life 3" through the years. Rumors say that the game will be released in 2018 in line with the 20th anniversary celebration. However, there are also reports saying there are only few people in Valve working for the "Half Life 3" and this is the main reason for its delay.
According to a report from NeuroGadget, the "Half Life 3" will be featuring a Kraken Base. Sources have claimed that gamers will be exploring the deep sea with a use of a submarine and, just so all gamers know, this is going to be possible because the Kraken Base will be located in deep sea.
Valve and HTC are now working together in making a Virtual Reality headset for "Half Life 3." The VR headset will be called HTC Vive. Players can expect that the game will be more exciting to play with its virtual reality support.
According to a report from Christian Times, the "Half Life 3" storyline will be about the leading character Gordon Freeman traveling underwater using a submarine to reach the place called Kraken Base. Gordon Freeman will be meeting Dr. Helena but his allies will betray him, Freeman will end up trapped inside the Kraken Base. Gordon Freeman will be fighting the enemies inside the base and eventually will end blowing up the base
As of now, there have been no official announcements made by Valve for the "Half Life 3." Stay tuned to Game & Guide to know the latest news and updates for the upcoming "Half Life 3."
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