By Vamien McKalin | Oct 03, 2012 11:01 AM EDT
Given how much time has passed since the release of the last installment of Left 4 Dead, gamers may be wondering when Valve might release information regarding the new title.
Some good news has surfaced from writer Chet Faliszek via an interview with Eurogamer. He indicates a good chance that Left 4 Dead 3 will make its way to the Xbox 720, Microsoft's rumored next-generation console. According to Chet Faliszek, he would love to work on another Left 4 Dead title. He stated that anything can happen, and although that is not an outright confirmation of Vavle's intentions, it may give fans some hop..
When asked if he would work on another Left 4 Dead title, Chet Faliszek said:
"A 3? You know, some time down the road. Like anything, I would say that to all of our games. So that's not a promise of when or where."
"I really love working on that series. It's one of my favourite series. It's just so much fun with the characters and the world. I love zombies and I love horror. So, yeah."
The first two games sold over 12 million copies worldwide, and Left 4 Dead remains one of the most played games on Xbox Live; unlike many online co-op titles, players can nearly always find someone online to play Left 4 Dead with. The Left 4 Dead series is widely considered one of those games that can be enjoyed years after release. Valve has gradually added downloadable content to keep things fresh for players.