Chet Faliszeck an American videogame writer and one of the main writers for the Valve Corporation spoke at today’s EGX. It can be said that Half-Life 3 will always remain a topic discussion where ever Valve is involved. During a question and answer session a member of the audience asked Chet, who was specking for Valve, whether Half-life 3 would be coming on VR.

He replied with,  ” No ”

The same member from the audience asked him the same question, again, to which Chet replied jokingly ” I said no ”

He further went on to say, that wireless VR headsets have a long way to go, partly due to bandwidth problems. The screens require a refresh rate of 90 times per second, which, as of today’s technology, can only be supported by using cable. Half-Life 3 has truly become a very big mystery. We can’t say for sure whether the question was a simple troll, or, even if the answer was serous enough to draw a concluding remark. Only time will tell whether Valve had a hidden plan for Half-Life 3 or should have given up on it a long time ago.

In other news, Spencer not only claimed his love for the split-screen but also admitted “it was kind of how multiplayer in Halo was born.” His states were made in order to address the controversial decision made by the developers of Halo 5: Guardians that was to remove the split-screen mode from the game. He further said, “I love the nostalgia of the couch co-op of what Halo did in the past, but I also know in the realities of the day with people’s busy lives, it’s not as easy to get everybody in the same physical place. It’s one of the advantages that Xbox Live obviously offers.”

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