Will Half Life 3 Support Oculus Rift?

Given Valve’s interest in VR and Oculus Rift this could be a possibility.

Posted By | On 26th, Jan. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


The existence of Half Life 3 has been a complete mystery so far. We reported not too long ago why Valve may never release Half Life 3 but again they never explicitly confirmed it. Valve has been one of the biggest supporters of VR technology Oculus Rift and it was only early last year that they announced its support for Half Life 2. This obviously begs the question: Will Half Life 3 Support Oculus Rift?

According to a report by Michael Abrash, who is part of the team working on virtual reality at Valve, a consumer level VR product will launch in 2015. “A great VR system at a consumer price in 2015 is more than just possible – it’s sitting there waiting to happen. And it will happen, if not in 2015, then soon after,” he states.

Given the amount of trust that Valve has in VR and Oculus Rift, it only makes sense Half Life 3, whenever it launches, will have some some kind of support for this emerging technology.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • dskhury

    Gabe Newell stated like 10 times there are no plans in a near future of half life 3, stop making me come back when i read HL3 on my RSS…

    Here, now take my free traffic.

    • VivaNOLA

      Yes. There is zero news and no fresh insight or analysis here. Shameless baiting.

    • MrMidstream

      He never stated there are no plans for HL3.

    • RealGeee

      You’re wrong he said “No more episodic content”

  • Jabslacked

    I get that news sites have to seek attention by throwing big names around even if the stories are weak, but come on. You’re not even trying to make it look like you put any effort in to this one.

  • Jacob Crim

    I would buy one if this were the case. No matter the price.


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