And now it’s 50% off.
A great remake of the original Half-Life, Black Mesa has released a previously teased Definitive Edition update to the public beta with the goal of further improving the release of version 1.0.
Developed by Crowbar Collective, Black Mesa was launched as a fan project before moving to a Valve-approved commercial release, but only in February, five years after early access to Steam and 16 years after development began. It has been completely released.
Crowbar, who wrote at the time of Black Mesa’s release, described version 1.0 as “the best, most sophisticated, and most enjoyable version of the game ever,” but refined and improved certain parts of the post-release experience. We have already announced plans to revisit for. ..
The first result of that process is now available in public beta as part of a jokingly titled Definitive Edition update. It’s undergoing significant changes and enhancements throughout the game, but is specifically focused on that area as a result of Black Mesa’s protracted results. Development seemed outdated compared to recent additions.
To that end, Black Mesa’s Earthbound outdoor environment (including level environments such as Questionable Ethics, Surface Tension, We’ve Got Hostiles, etc.) is all important art to match the impressive work done in the Xen part. The game that received the pass.
Elsewhere, Interloper details have been improved, and both PowerUp and OnA Rail have improved lighting and gameplay tweaks designed to improve the flow of the experience. Late rockets “now get the respect they deserve,” says Clover. A huge list of improvements implemented in Black Mesa’s Definitive Edition, including game-wide collision paths and new designated supply boxes, can be found on Steam.
Existing owners can right-click on the game in the Steam library and[プロパティ]You can access the Definitive Edition Beta by selecting. From there,[ベータ]Go to the tab and from the dropdown menu[パブリックベータ]Choose.And they please do not If you already own a copy of Black Mesa, you can now buy it for £ 7.49 with a 50% discount as part of the Steam Halloween sale.