‘Half Life 3’ Release Date, News & Update: Game to Feature Kraken Base with Virtual Reality Support? Underwater Terrains, Submarines, More Details!

By Maui , Updated Oct 04, 2016 10:03 AM EDT

"Half Life 3" is still one of the most talked about games online. Several rumors and speculations have been spreading because there have not been any official announcements made about the game for several years. "Half Life" is still one of the best games ever made and fans have been eager to experience another game sequel.

Several reports suggest that "Half Life 3" might be launched in 2018 in line with the celebration of the game's 20th year anniversary. However, Valve has remained tightlipped about its developments to surprise its fans all over the world. Some reports also say that making a game takes too much time to be finished and there are only few people working on the "Half Life 3," which is one of the main reasons behind its delay.

According to a report from JHBnews, the upcoming "Half Life 3" would have a virtual reality support. Valve and HTC is rumored to be working together in making the virtual reality headset for the game called HTC Vive. Having this new feature is absolutely going to make the "Half Life 3" really worth the wait. There will also be new plot and storyline bringing the players a whole new level of gaming experience.

The upcoming "Half Life 3" is rumored to feature a new Kraken Base location, as stated by Yibada. Players will now be able to explore the deep sea using submarines. The Kraken Base was supposed to be part of the "Half Life 2," but the setting was changed and replaced with train scene.

Players will play the character of Gordon Freeman that will have his travel underwater using a submarine to face Doctor Helena Mossman. The Doctor Mossman will be betrayed by his allies and now the player's role is to ensure that Freeman will survive the destruction of Kraken Base. To know the latest news and updates for "Half Life 3," stay tuned to Game N Guide.

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