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28. Re: Steam Group Seeks Communication Jan 12, 2012, 19:15 Dev
 
Beamer wrote on Jan 12, 2012, 11:09:
From a post I made a month ago:

Valve has never been fans of announcing games four years before launch. HL2 was announced in May with a release date of September (which it famously missed by a mile, earning Valve a ton of flack and making them guard in-progress games even more tightly.) Portal 2 was announced in March 2010 with a release date of "2010" (which it also missed.) Episode 1 was announced in February 2006 and released in June. TF2, in its current form, was announced summer 2006 and released October 2007. L4D2 was announced in May and released in November.
Yes but in this thread you said SINCE tf2 and hl2. As I mentioned, l4d2 was because it was so close after l4d1 release (and likely they hadn't decided to sell it separately until shortly before announcing, since they had previously promised that kinda content as DLC updates for l4d1).
 
 
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