Massive Chalice lead Brad Muir has gone and joined Valve

He’s also performing some research

At the end of September, Massive Chalice project lead Brad Muir left Double Fine. We knew he was headed to Seattle (thanks to this tweet from Tim Schafer), but we didn’t know where he’d go once he got there.

Well now, in a tweet from Muir, it’s been announced that he will be joining Valve in December. What his first project is at Valve (please be Left 4 Dead 3), we don’t know.

Frankly, I don’t need to know what else he’s doing, as he’s already confirmed he will be doing some important scientific research and seeing what on earth that big Valve at Valve HQ does.

My guess is that it opens up the vault where they put all their Dota 2 money, and in the evenings Gabe Newell and Chet Faliszek strips down to their tiny little speedos and go for a nice swim in the lakes and lakes of cash hidden underneath Washington.

At the end of September, Massive Chalice project lead Brad Muir left Double Fine. We knew he was headed to Seattle (thanks to this tweet from Tim Schafer), but we didn’t know where he’d go once he got there.

Well now, in a tweet from Muir, it’s been announced that he will be joining Valve in December. Whatever his first project is at Valve, we don’t know.

Frankly, I don’t need to know what else he’s doing, as he’s already confirmed he will be doing some important scientific research and seeing what on earth that big Valve and Valve HQ does.

My guess is that it opens up the vault where they put all their Dota 2 money, and in the evenings Gabe Newell and Chet Faliszek strips down to their tiny little speedos and goes for a nice swim in the lakes and lakes of cash.

Joe Parlock