Left 4 Dead 3 To Come Out At E3 ?
Left 4 Dead series is one of the best series of all time and the wait for the third instalment of the series just gets longer. Recent speculations lead to details that the company will unveil the third instalment of the “Left 4 Dead” series i.e Left 4 Dead 3, this coming June at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2016 in California. It has been 7 years since the last instalment in the series, which is why it is not surprising that the avid supporters of the game could not wait any longer, and that fans would want “Left 4 Dead 3” this year.
On the other hand, it was revealed that Valve Corporation has been working double time in developing “Left 4 Dead 3,” and that the rumoured game would be a prequel and will focus on four characters, Christian Post Entertainment reported. The said publication also noted that the four characters will be composed of three males and one female. The female character is said to be named Katherine while the other members of the team will be Kenpo, Garret Jr. and Keenan.
The report also cites the rumours that “Left 4 Dead 3” will have an increase in terms of its members on every team. Another report states that gamers will have the chance to play several campaigns on “Left 4 Dead 3,” such as Cliff-Hanger, Inquisitor Land, Crashland, No Mercy, Impasse and Early Destination. It is also said that DLCs for the game will be release to update or increase its number of campaigns.
But do take the speculations regarding the release dates as a grain of salt. There are no words from Valve on this topic. Although, if Valve is going to release Left 4 Dead 3 at E3 expect to see more information regarding it beforehand.
Watch “Left 4 Dead 3” official fan-made trailer below:
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