Rumor: Leaked Half Life 2: Episode 3 Concept Art? Or Just Cool Half-Life Art?
Recently some images from a website named Valve Time, surfaced of what they claimed to be leaked concept art of the very long awaited and wanted, Half Life 2: Episode 3. It was stated that the art is from 2008, so if it is real, then it’s genuinely concept art.
There is some evidence in the artwork that might indicate that these might possibly be the read deal, such as; the helicopter from the end of Episode 2 turns up crashed, the arctic setting, which holds with past rumors of the game’s setting, and the fact that a Combine advisor is shown. However there is also evidence that might indicate that this is simply just some really cool fan art, such as; the fact that the art is from an anonymous visitor from an unnamed source, and the fact that there isn’t any sure-fire evidence to say that it is absolutely from Valve.
You can check out more of these pieces over at Valve Time’s Gallery and decided for yourself if they are real or not. Whatever the case may be however, they are still some lovely pieces of artwork. 
(Via Kotaku, Game Informer, Valve Time)

Rumor: Leaked Half Life 2: Episode 3 Concept Art? Or Just Cool Half-Life Art?

Recently some images from a website named Valve Time, surfaced of what they claimed to be leaked concept art of the very long awaited and wanted, Half Life 2: Episode 3. It was stated that the art is from 2008, so if it is real, then it’s genuinely concept art.

There is some evidence in the artwork that might indicate that these might possibly be the read deal, such as; the helicopter from the end of Episode 2 turns up crashed, the arctic setting, which holds with past rumors of the game’s setting, and the fact that a Combine advisor is shown. However there is also evidence that might indicate that this is simply just some really cool fan art, such as; the fact that the art is from an anonymous visitor from an unnamed source, and the fact that there isn’t any sure-fire evidence to say that it is absolutely from Valve.

You can check out more of these pieces over at Valve Time’s Gallery and decided for yourself if they are real or not. Whatever the case may be however, they are still some lovely pieces of artwork. 

(Via Kotaku, Game Informer, Valve Time)