Valve Removes Any Possibility Of Left 4 Dead 3; Game Writer Leaves Company

It has been reported that the person behind writing the storylines of "Half-Life", "Portal" and "Left 4 Dead" games has left Valve. Erik Wolpaw is the man behind Valve's popular games.

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However, it has been reported that he has just updated his workplace details in his Facebook account. It is because of this that reports regarding his employment and connection to Valve has been confirmed to have ended.

With this, the possibility of having a sequel for the "Left 4 Dead" franchise, "Left 4 Dead 3" is now unlikely. This goes together with the "Portal 3". According to Automobile, there is still no official confirmation coming from Wolpaw that he had indeed left Valve.

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Despite this, fans of the games immediately led to the conclusion that all hopes for the possible game sequels are gone. According to Game Spot, it is still not recommended to assume quickly that these possible game sequels are already scraped off in the drawing board.

If ever Wolpaw had indeed left Valve, the chances are, is that Valve will find or have already found a replacement to the previous game writer and developer. It is very unlikely for Valve to just leave all of the plans for "Left 4 Dead 3" and "Portal 3" because these games have already marked an etch in the hearts of gamers all over the world.

It is also probable that he might just have decided to remove his Valve workplace in his social media account due to privacy or security purposes. Eitherway, it is still unknown as to what really happened.

It would surely be a big loss to the company if they would just let the situation be like that. For sure, Valve will do their very best to develop and make these games.

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