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Vi ventede alle optimistisk i årevis, men det er nok efterhånden ved at være på tide at indrømme, at Valve aldrig har i sinde at udgive Half-Life 3. Dog antyder mange beviser at spillet var under udvikling på et tidspunkt, og nu kan en forfatter bag spillet løfte sløret for hele plottet.
Tidligere forfatter hos Valve, Mark Laidlaw, har nemlig offentliggjort plottet via et brev på PasteBin, som fortælles som om at det er selveste Gordon Freeman selv der beretter om spillets begivenheder.
Som du nok har regnet ud er hele beretningen ret lang, og du kan derfor læse det hele via linket ovenover. Herunder kan vi indsat starten.
"I hope this letter finds you well. I can hear your complaint already, "Gordon Freeman, we have not heard from you in ages!" Well, if you care to hear excuses, I have plenty, the greatest of them being I've been in other dimensions and whatnot, unable to reach you by the usual means. This was the case until eighteen months ago, when I experienced a critical change in my circumstances, and was redeposited on these shores. In the time since, I have been able to think occasionally about how best to describe the intervening years, my years of silence. I do first apologize for the wait, and that done, hasten to finally explain (albeit briefly, quickly, and in very little detail) events following those described in my previous game (referred to herewith as Episode 2).
To begin with, as you may recall from the closing paragraphs of my previous missive, the death of Eli Vance shook us all. The Resistance team was traumatized, unable to be sure how much of our plan might be compromised, and whether it made any sense to go on at all as we had intended. And yet, once Eli had been buried, we found the strength and courage to regroup. It was the strong belief of his brave daughter, the feisty Alex Vance, that we should continue on as her father had wished. We had the Antarctic coordinates, transmitted by Eli's long-time assistant, Dr. Judith Mossman, which we believed to mark the location of the lost luxury liner Borealis. Eli had felt strongly that the Borealis should be destroyed rather than allow it to fall into the hands of the Combine. Others on our team disagreed, believing that the Borealis might hold the secret to the revolution's success. Either way, the arguments were moot until we found the vessel. Therefore, immediately after the service for Dr. Vance, Alex and I boarded a seaplane and set off for the Antarctic; a much larger support team, mainly militia, was to follow by separate transport."