Gaming website Polygon reports that a trademark application for Half-Life 3 has been filed in Europe, according to the European Union’s trademark and design office.
The trademark application, which was filed on September 29, covers "computer game software," "downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices," and other goods and services.
As to whether this means Half-Life 3 will ever be released, it’s still anyone’s guess, as Valve has yet to comment on the trademark application. We can only hope that one day the much-anticipated third game in the overwhelmingly popular Half-Life series will become a reality and hopefully appear on PlayStation 4.
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