FAKE Half Life 2: Episode Three menu shot

Posted By | On 02nd, Jun. 2010

Today RPS have reported about a Half Life 2: Episode Three menu shot which turned out to be fake.

The photo shows a Valve style menu with a snowy background and the writing “Half Life 2 Episode Three “.

Episode Three is apparently in development since Episode two was released and as of last August Valve’s boss, Gabe Newell, said that the game is still in development.


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