In a few days we will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Arkane Studios. The developer, who owns the latest Dishonored, is one of the most reputable companies that has been given their best work by the latest Prey. And she has planned a whole series of special events on her birthday. One of them is the introduction of the Noclip script where, among other things, they tell us about some of their games that have never seen the light of day. And one of them was none other than Half-Life's fourth episode.
Indeed, Arkane Studios has been working to close the second half of Valve's IP. The task ultimately did not come to cost, but that would mean that the final decision of the game, to this day is still unclear.
Half-Life: Ravenholm, The Crossing and other projects from Arkane Studios
The title of the game would have been Ravenhold and would have followed the already-released Hal-Life game lines. But this is not the end of the project that was not launched by Arkane Studios, because the preview of NoClip magazine tells us about two other projects. One of them was The Crossing, a multiplayer shooter of the future. It's a game of excellence and of great beauty, as players will replace AI in Paris for the future.
Another project mentioned in the trailer is LMNO, an action game. The biggest surprise of this was that it was a collaboration with renowned photographer Steve Spielberg. Without a doubt, another great view is not limited to the harbor.
The documents will be available on May 26, at which time we can find out more about Arkane Studios history. On the other hand, we remind you that the studio has a new project in their hands, Deathloop, a game that was announced at the last E3 and that we've never heard of again. Is there anything new we'll see about him on the day of the study?