While we do cabals when the next Grand Theft Auto is available, Gabe Newell makes a fairly singular alignment: Erik Wolpaw, one of the writers of Episode 1 and 2 of Half-Life, Portal and Left 4 Dead return to Valve.
To put us in context, Wolpaw's outburst took place two years ago in some way brain drain of the company that cost Valve also screenwriter Marc Laidlaw, who has not given us so much a continuation of adventures of Gordon Freeman.
And we will not deny this, for years it has given us the impression that Valve did not take advantage of the gallery – by his team of writers in the way the fans of their games waited. However, the launch of the artifact last November seems to have changed things.
As ShackNews shows, Erik Wolpaw returns to Valve. In fact, it's already integrated in gaming development: it's not a capture in which Gaben himself confirms it, but sooner Wolpaw's name appears in the artifact credits.
A first move and an extraordinary promise if we take into account the fact that in March last year, Gabe Newell said the launch artifact It would be just the beginning.
The artifact will be the first of many games that will come on our side. So that's good news. Hurray! Valve will produce new games.
What kind of projects will they have in their hands? It seems that in Valve the terms of their games are no problem, no priority. At least until now. But the recovery of Erik Wolpaw in this new stage makes us many unleash our imagination.
And we're sure Gabe Newell knows this.