Valve’s assets from Portal, Half-Life 2, and more leak online


Asset repositories from Valve video games have been leaked online.


According to PC Gamer, that is the most important asset leak within the firm’s historical past, impacting titles resembling Half Life 2 (together with information associated to its multiplayer), Portal, Team Fortress 2, and Counter Strike: Source, amongst others.


It does not appear like any information from upcoming and/or unannounced video games have been leaked.


On the Discord the place the information had been shared, the leaker stated that that they had been holding onto these information “since 2016,” in keeping with screenshots of the conversation shared on Twitter.


PC Gamer reported that the sport that was essentially the most impacted was Team Fortress 2, with a 61GB file together with virtually each asset from the title shared, together with unreleased content material.

GamesIndustry.biz reached out to Valve for remark.


Rockstar additionally suffered a serious leak just lately, with 90 in-development video clips of Grand Theft Auto 6 shared in September.

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