Published on August 6th, 2013 | by Alex Porter


Has Left 4 Dead 3 Been Accidentally Revealed?

It would seem that a photo has appeared online that suggests Valve’s popular zombie survival series, Left 4 Dead, has a sequel in the works. Valve originally released Left 4 Dead back in 2008 and the game was an immediate hit with gamers and critics. The games success lead to the sequel, Left 4 Dead 2, being released in 2009. The second game had a very similar reception and ever since its release gamers have been asking for a third instalment.

The photo in question was taken during a tour of Valve by members of DOTA 2’s subreddit. The picture shows details on several things including both Left 4 Dead 3 and Source 2. While no word has been given on whether or not we will see a third game, Valve did confirm back in November that they were working on the Source 2 engine and that they are holding it back for the right game. Maybe we will see a joint announcement in the near future!

And before anyone asks, several people have already combed through the image and there appears to be nothing on Half-Life 3 so no luck there!

I personally loved the first two games and I’m looking forward to seeing what Valve has to say about this! Are you guys excited for another Left 4 Dead game? Let us know in the comments!


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4 Responses to Has Left 4 Dead 3 Been Accidentally Revealed?

  1. Alex Norris says:

    I would love a Half Life 3, but would be very happy with a Left 4 Dead 3 since the 1st and 2nd games were both brilliant. Plus source engine 2 should hopefully be great with everything Valve managed to do with the first source engine.

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