Yes, it’s happening again. It never stops happening. Hellgate: London is getting yet another lease on life, which at this point may mean enough leases on life to legally qualify it as a cat. The game is launching on November 15th on Steam, although it’s important to note that at this point the official statements on the Steam page do not indicate that any multiplayer functionality will be in place. It seems likely that it thus will be single-player only this time around; temper your expectations accordingly.
There’s also no indication about its business model, so temper those expectations as well.
For those of you who have no expectations, now is a good time to point out that Hellgate: London is a title with a… storied history. It imploded on launch so severely that the term “flagshipped” was coined to describe its failure and had multiple resurrection attempts, all of which have resulted in us declaring at various points that this time, it’s dead for real. Check out the roundup below, and know that no matter what happens now it’s not dead. It could have its launch cancelled and it’s still not dead. It’s never really dead.