Half-Life 2 Remastered Mod Breathes New Life Into The Game

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The Half-Life 3 We Deserved!

Half-Life 2 is a nearly two-decade-old fps game from Valve. Though the fans have been waiting for a sequel of Half-Life 2, it seems Valve never looked back at the franchise.

Due to its reputation and innovations, many still consider it one of the best fps and try to bring the most out of the game. Recently, a Nintendo Modder made the game work on Nintendo Switch, and now another modder is working on an unofficial remaster of Half-Life 2.

Why it matters: Since Valve has not done much to bring the game up to par with modern standards, many fans and modders have taken it upon themselves to revitalize the title.

The video above shows some of the work put into the Half-Life 2 remaster. The modder has named this latest project “REMASTERED by ROOSH” and has posted many screenshots and short video clips.

When comparing the new graphics with the original, fans should see a huge improvement. However, this is not the final look, as the modder confirmed the clips are from the early version, and the final look might be even better.

Moreover, the modder will be using 8000×8000 pictures as he works to replace most of the game’s textures with new ones. Improvements will also extend to realistic simulation of bullets, the destructibility of objects, shadow maps, and more.

Though he has not revealed the release date yet, fans can rest assured that the finished project will be a huge revamp for Half-Life 2. Are you excited about the unofficial remaster? Do you think Valve should revisit the game?

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