While Half-Life 3 is likely to remain a pious wish, Valve fans will soon get at least Half-Life: Alyx, an ambitious VR shooter. If you want to go back to the origins again, you can also look forward to: The mod remaster Black Mesa is finally nearing completion!
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The original Half-Life – like the sequels – is still considered one of the best shooters ever. The modification Black Mesa took on the game and ultimately wants to deliver a contemporary, complete remaster of the original game.
Black Mesa made its debut in 2015, but since then it has only ever been available as a beta or early access version on Steam. This was expressed, among other things, by the fact that not all of the content had been integrated into the remaster – until now. Now there is finally, finally light at the end of the tunnel!
The makers of Crowbare Collective have now confirmed on Steam that they are now ready to release the final patch after numerous internal and external test runs. With this update, which will be available soon, Black Mesa finally officially leaves Early Access and can then be considered completed.
After the release of version 1.0, work on the Half-Life remaster continues. The developers then want to dedicate themselves to bug fixing, graphics improvement and support from Steam Workshop.
The early access version last received an update at the end of last year, which brought the alien home Xen of the invaders with it. In this respect, the game was recently complete in terms of content, but only after the final tweak is version 1.0 really on the starting blocks. However, the creators did not initially name a very specific release date. If you want to strike, you have to shell out 17.99 euros.