Valve's writers continue to flee
Gamers dream about Half-Life 3, may never materialize. Valve Company is already not particularly fond of the theme apply to the continuation of the game, and then there's the regular dismissal of key figures involved in writing the script of the previous parts of the legendary series of science fiction first-person shooter. At this time the company left Falisek Chet, who co-wrote the story of these games, as the first two episodes of Half-Life 2, both Left 4 Dead, and Portal Novels.
Chet Falisek gave Valve's 12 years of his life, putting his hand to the creation of the best games, the game won the hearts of critics and millions of gamers. In recent years, Chet doing consulting engineers who created VR-headset HTC Vive, as well as links to Studio developer software and games to virtual reality. While the writer is not willing to share with the media what it plans to do after leaving Valve. However, he assured everyone that his dismissal is nothing dramatic.
"No there's nothing exciting or dramatic. I have worked in the company of the last 12 years, he has helped create great games and even some equipment. And now I would just like a change of scenery. While I have no information for you about my future plans, but as soon as I'm ready to share with you the news - be sure to do it ", - said Falisek reporters.
In February this year, Valve also left the screenwriter Eric Wolpaw, and a year earlier the company had gone and the third leading writer Marc Laidlaw. It is difficult to say exactly what is happening with the staff of one of the key companies of the gaming industry, but it is unlikely the news will delight those who until recently believed in the output Half-Life 3. In spite of everything, Gabe Newell goes on to say that his company is actively working on creating first-class high-budget games, including virtual reality. The only pity is that the scripts for them, most likely, will be written in a completely other people.