May 19, 2016 10:42 AM EDT
'Left 4 Dead 3' Release Date & Update: Game Rumored in Development To Be Released on E32016; Faster & Nastier Zombie Enemies Expected? [VIDEO]
There is reason to believe that "Left 4 Dead 3" is in the works. Turtle Rock Studios, the franchise' co-developer has posted an opening for an animation programmer. Rumors are swirling that this could mean that the third installment for the well-known zombie first-person shooter game has been given the go signal.
"Left 4 Dead 3" Production & Development By Turtle Rock Studios?
Turtle Rock Studios is known for their work in the "Left 4 Dead" series. In their website, the gaming company posted an ad for gaming deveopers, specifically for animation. There is reason to believe that they are in collaboration with Valve to create "Left 4 Dead 3."
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— Left 4 Dead 3 (@Left4Dead3Game) August 7, 2013
"Left 4 Dead 3" 2017 Release Date? Rumors Say Game Could Be Unveiled During E32016
Although there is no official word from Valve, there are rumors that "Left 4 Dead 3" could be announced and showcased during this year's annual E3 game event. However, Turtle Rock Studios may not be the developer of the game.
Turtle Rock Studios founder Phil Robb once mentioned that they have left the "Left 4 Dead" series, according to Christian Today. The existence of "Left 4 Dead 3" may be confirmed during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E32016) event this June as it is rumored that the game will be announced by then.
Everything New With "Left 4 Dead 3"
"Left 4 Dead 3" is highly anticipated among fps-loving gamers, Vine Reported shared. This suggests that Valve may have something under its sleeve. In addition to new characters, maps and player maximum capacity, enemy zombies may also be faster and nastier than the previous two installments.
Are you waiting to shoot new zombies in "Left 4 Dead 3"? If so, what kind of zombies are you hoping to face and eliminate then? Let us know in the comments below.
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