The last two video games that Valve Corporation developed and released was “Portal 2” back in 2011 and “Dota 2” back in 2013. With the success of its Steam platform, reports have been going around as of late that the next step for the company is a Source 2 engine and virtual reality (VR) gaming.
There were reports previously that a development team of Valve has been working for a VR program for both “Left 4 Dead 3” and “Half Life 3.” If that is true, then Gabe Newell and Valve should not be worried at all whether the two games will bring money to them or not because with a technological breakthrough and a novel idea, those two games will surely be a hit among gamers.
That’s aside from the fact that both games already have a large fan base and the VR would surely add some more thousand or perhaps million to the fold.
The first two games of the “Left 4 Dead” franchise were developed through the collaboration of Valve Corporation and Turtle Rock Studios.
In February this year, Turtle Rock Studios decided to part ways with Valve, which caused some of the fan to think that the third installment of the “Left 4 Dead” franchise may have already been axed for good.