(Pocket-lint) - Valve returned to the art of single-player game design in a big way with the release of VR supremo Half-Life: Alyx past year, and its founder and CEO Gabe Newell says that the game's reception and development have left the company eager to make more single-player games.
Valve hasn't appeared to pay much attention to single-player games in its recent history, preferring to focus on multiplayer Dota 2, or even the competitive arcade game the tool.
"I went from a situation where everything was done just in time to people buying all available supplies".
On the topic of never-ending calls for Half-Life 3, Portal 3, and the number three in general, Newell said "the nice thing is, by not answering those questions, I avoid the community coming up with new, equally difficult-to-answer questions". "We definitely have games in development that we're going to be announcing - it's fun to ship games", Newell said. The big thing is, by not answering these questions, I prevent the community from answering new and equally hard questions. The manager, head of the company in charge of the Steamportal, has granted a meeting with One News, a television medium from New Zealand, and has given his opinion on many issues; Among them, the controversy of Cyberpunk 2077. "Half-life: With regard to Alix", It was great, even to get the games back. "That created a lot of momentum inside of the company to do more of that". This further led to the creation of several rumors that spread like wildfire.
Valve was recently rumored to be working on a title code named "Citadel", but Newell was quick to end that conversation when asked as well. When asked about the same, Gaben refrained from giving a straightforward answer.
He simply clarified that code names like Citadel change over time, and he is unaware of any current projects with this name. I don't know what a" castle "is.
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