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Team Fortress 2 fans will finally “Meet the Pyro” in “less than three days,” according to the official blog for Valve’s popular multiplayer game. (A countdown clock seems to place the debut at 4am AEST.) This may tie into Valve’s tease last week that it was teaming up with the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim for… something.
You’re going to have to wait a tad longer for the next Counter-Strike. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will be a summer game, instead of a spring game, Valve’s Doug Lombardi told me today. The game is still coming to Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac, but Valve needed a little more time to get it to the state they want you to enjoy it in.
It’s beginning to seem entirely possible that PC gaming powerhouse Valve is working on its own “console” (or at least custom PC). Especially when you consider that it’s been working on control pad designs for nearly three years.
Portal 2‘s Cave Johnson rants about citrus fruit in this trailer for an “Electronic Combustible Lemon”, which, when ignited, plays an ominous ticking countdown followed by what I presume is the sound of lemons exploding. Sadly, the lemon itself does not explode.
The people at Valve Software like to tease. They don’t, however, like to confirm the existence of new Half-Life games.