Valve has games in the pipeline, confirmed by director




In an interview with 1 News, Valve boss Gabe Newell confirms that the company is working on new games, and it could well be solo experiences.

The critical success of Half-Life: Alyx seems to have stirred things up at Valve.


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Valve coming back soon for single player games?

If Valve has developed a few predominantly multiplayer oriented games over the past few years (Artifact, Dota Underlords, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2), the firm has not offered a real single player experience since the famous Portal 2 in 2011… Certainly, Half-Life: Alyx came to change this brilliantly last year, but the game remains intended for the best equipped players, since only offered in VR.

However, to believe the words of the boss and creator of Valve, Gabe Newell, in a long interview with 1 News, it would seem that things are changing within the firm. Note that by the way, he took the opportunity to defend the developers of Cyberpunk 2077, evoke the interest of Valve employees in moving to New Zealand, talk about e-sport, etc.



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'It's fun to leave games'

“We definitely have games in development that we're going to announce - it's fun to release games. Alyx was great - being back on single player games, it created a lot of dynamism within the company to do more there ”.

It is still necessary to know if the firm will decide to stay on the side of virtual reality to make its Index headset profitable, or if it will return to more classic games. Will the Half-Life license be the only existing IP to benefit from new opuses? Forgotten ones like Portal or Left 4 Dead will they make a comeback alongside, why not, new licenses? Many questions remain ...




Source : Neowin, 1News

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