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 Former Valve Writer Posts HL2:E3 Plot

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by White Tiger, Aug 25, 2017.

  1. White Tiger

    White Tiger Swiggity swooty. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Global Moderator

    Apr 26, 2007
    Southern California
    For those that haven't heard, the original writer for the Half-Life series -- Marc Laidlaw -- used his personal Twitter account to put up a plot summary of what was likely going to happen in episode three of Half-Life 2.


    The original 'script' he submitted was written with obscure names for persons and places in the game, but a fan or two went back and touched it up so it'd read as if it were clearly about the game.

    Source: Kotaku and Pastebin

    Between Gaben's disinterest with questions relating to the IP and the lack of news regarding development of either episode 3 or HL3, some are speculating that this could be the closest fans will see to closure for the series. At least, it'd seem that way, from the way Laidlaw wrote it.

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