After Portal 2 in 2011, Valve took a long break and only returned last year with a single-player campaign game, Half-Life: Alyx. Valve fans might have thought that now they will again expect a nearly ten-year lull. But those concerns were allayed by CEO Gabe Newell.
In a recent interview, he stated that the company is currently developing several new games, and the launch of the latest Half-Life game has revitalized this process.
“We definitely have games in development that we’re going to announce, releasing games is fun,” Newell said. “Alyx was great to get back to work on singles and it created a lot of momentum within the company to do more.”
However, Gabe Newell did not specify what games are in question, what genres are being developed, and when official announcements can be expected. Valve has already announced its desire to make more Half-Life games after Alyx.
Valve currently supports several multiplayer games such as CS: GO, Dota 2, Dota Underlords, and Artifact (which is still undergoing rework). It’s clear from Newell’s wording that he is talking about brand new projects focused on single-player campaigns.
A source: Neowin