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This ‘leaked’ Left 4 Dead 3 Teaser is Fake

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Written by Faiza Iftikhar

After the teaser of Left 4 Dead 3, Valve affirmed that the teaser is in truth a fake. It’s still entirely cool, however. You can peruse me our underlying considerations on the assumed fakeness of the video in the first story below:

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An exceptionally amazing teaser that turned up today on YouTube has many people thinking about whether another Left 4 Dead 3 game has all of sudden sprung a major leak, or if Valve is may be attempting its hand at viral promoting. It could be—Valve did as of late tease a new “flagship” game coming this year, all things considered, and this wouldn’t be the first time we’ve heard whispers of left 4 dead 3 yet the far more noteworthy likelihood, sorry to say, is that it’s a fake.

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For a certain something, the video is finished and polished however purely environmental, which isn’t at all how Valve moves: Left 4 Dead is frantic and instinctive, and this, for all the atmosphere it feeds, is not. The zombie hand toward the end is suspicious too, in the light of the fact that it’s an immediate copy of the original L4D hand as opposed to something demonstrating the third game in the series. Joke about Valve’s powerlessness to get to “three” may be, yet I can’t see it breaking an established pattern on a major game franchise just to gesture and-wink at a senseless inside joke.

I think the presence of genuine world items in the game, similar to Pepsi and Life, additionally points toward fakeness. You can’t simply throw stuff like that into your game or your promo materials without some kind of permitting deal, and there’s no proof of that—and I don’t see Valve doing that kind of thing in one of its game universes anyway.

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So it’s conceivable that this could be a surprise L4D3 spill, yet without a doubt, extremely, somewhat possible. We’ve reached out to Valve to ask, to be safe, however, I’m certain enough to call it now: Very pleasantly done, indeed, but additionally fake.

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