Valve once again insists that it ‘has a lot of games in development,’ wants to continue exploring Half-Life

Valve has made some very big, influential games over the past 25 years, but it hasn’t made a lot of games. You can literally count them on the fingers of one hand—and that number is mainly made up of sequels (Dota 2), spinoffs (Dota Underlords), and tech demos for new hardware (Aperture Desk Job). It’s not really a problem on the business side of things because Steam is the proverbial money printer go brrr, but an awful lot of gamers sure would like it if Valve would get back to making the games they love, like it used to.

In what’s sure to come as good news for those long-suffering fans, Valve’s Greg Coomer told Famitsu (opens in new tab) (via Tweaktown (opens in new tab), Google translated (opens in new tab)), that Valve remains deeply committed to making games, and in fact has multiple projects on the go at this very moment. 

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