The announcement came as part of a presentation for Artifact, the "Dota 2" themed card game that drew fan ire previous year when it was announced because it had the gall to not be "Half Life 3". They will soon be releasing a Dota 2-themed card game called Artifact, however, and Valve president Gabe Newell - who still can't count to three - said some promising things during a presentation for the game on Thursday.
Maybe Half-Life 2: Episode 3 will finally get released? Either way, though, it sounds like Valve is back in the games business.
Speaking during an interview yesterday, Valve's CEO talked about how his company's hardware and software research has helped the games industry.
Is this a good news?
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Note the plural. New gameS. Newel didn't elaborate stating they are not "going to be talking about it today" but that Valve is looking to "develop hardware and software simultaneously". New skins, amiibo, and other peripherals to continue the hype of series that we love so much.
Valve is even a little jealous of companies like Nintendo, with Newell saying: "We've always been a little bit jealous of companies like Nintendo". He can introduce new capabilities like motion input because he controls both of those things. Previously, Newell has mentioned that Valve has plans for 3 VR titles as well as a single player title. Now that's all out of the way, Valve feels it's in a space where it can flex its creative muscles once more and now has the hardware knowledge to create experiences that are rich and interactive "Now there's pretty much no project in the hardware space that we wouldn't be comfortable taking on", Newell explained.
Valve isn't done with hardware though, but now it'll go "hand-in-hand with software design", meaning you should really keep an eye on what Valve is up to in the coming months.
"You can see that Microsoft was like, wow, how can we make Windows more like [Apple]?"