It looks like gamers will finally get a peek at the long-awaited sequel to Half-Life at this year's E3. Valve has been tight-lipped about the much-anticipated sequel for years, and though a few scraps of information have leaked out, there's been nary a screenshot of the new game or even much detail on the engine being used.
Given the timing of Valve's announcement and some upcoming magazine previews of the game, it's anticipated that Half-Life 2 will be available before the end of the year. Unfortunately, there's still no word when Team Fortress 2 will emerge, or if the world will ever see Duke Nukem: Forever.
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