Valve security breach reveals internal staff list assigned to Half-Life 3

A day after Valve trademarked Half-Life 3, a second piece of possible confirmation that this is possibly/actually happening came through a security breach. The Mirror reports that a Valve database “briefly became open to the public”, revealing internal staff lists for the production of Half-Life 3. 46 staff members were assigned to the Half-Life 3 group, while another 10 were assigned to a group called “Half-Life 3 Core”. The Mirror also reports that a lot of these people also worked on Half-Life 2, Left 4 Dead, and Portal.

Screenshot of Valve staff roster.

Again, this is no solid confirmation, but things are surely pointed in the right direction for those who have been waiting for a proper successor to HL2. Let’s see if Valve comes out with any statements in the near future.

Images courtesy of The Mirror and Slashgear.com.

About the author: Cody Shults
Cody Shults.
Cody is a PhD student living and studying in Chicago. When he isn’t doing research, he is most likely found in his man cave logging more hours in Skyrim on his PC. Gaming started very early for...  Read more...

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