Rare Half-Life 2: Episode Three concept art scenes from developer 2K

Rare Half-Life 2: Episode Three concept art scenes from developer 2K

Half-Life 2: Episode Three concept art has resurfaced online thanks to a producer at 2K Games, and fans are analyzing what it means.

2020’s seminal VR title Half-Life: Alyx only added to the insatiable anxiety the gaming community felt for Valve to finally bring the Half-Life story to a close.

As such, fans have been looking for any new developments in Valve’s long-running series wherever possible.

Now, new concept art for Half-Life 2: Episode Three has resurfaced from an unlikely source, and fans are flocking to the images to find out what they mean for the future of the franchise.

Half-Life 2: Episode Three concept art has resurfaced

The concept art has resurfaced thanks to 2K Games producer David McGreevy, a self-proclaimed Valve enthusiast. twitter biological

On April 24, 2022, McGreevy posted two photos of various pieces of concept art, saying he was scanning and archiving my collection of Valve concept art.

McGreevey’s first photo shows four clear images of concept art, with two believed to be concept art from Half-Life 2: Episode Three.

The first clip shows what is thought to be the fate of Wallace Breen after the events of Half-Life 2, as he enters the host body of a massive Combine Advisor group.

Another piece shows Alix and the dog overlooking a snowy and mountainous landscape.

Now, the GamingLeaksAndRumors subreddit has caused the images to resurface after discussing what the new concept art could be referring to.

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While McGreevy continued tweet that “yes all concept art – 50 pieces will make their way online” and that he had “a lot more than that”, producer 2K has not uploaded any more concept art from Valve.

Unless McGreevey gets the community excited about rediscovering his past tweets, fans will just have to make do with the two new pieces he revealed.



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