Valve Plans To Launch VR-Based 'Half-Life: Alyx'
Anil Singh - Nov 19, 2019
The VR-based Half-Life: Alyx will make a debut on Nov 21.
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For a game lover, Half-Life might be an unforgettable shooting-style game title during his childhood. The game’s publisher – Valve – recently stimulated the gamer community while talking up about a plan to bring Half-Life back with a brand-new version named Half-Life: Alyx, making swirling rumors be true of some sorts. As such, the VR-based Half-Life game will make a debut on Nov 21.
Up to now, details about the game still remain unclear while some previous sayings claimed that it’ll switch attention to the resistance fighter Alyx Vance as well as a key role starring in Half-Life 2, Gordan Freeman.
According to a leaked interview transcript from Game Awards, Alyx would support only VR technology, focusing on immersion that allows players to see the “whole body”, especially when you have to face off against head-crab zombies. The information is not certain at all, but if those things are accurate, you will be able to play this game title as early as March 2020. Even that, whether many people still raise doubts over whether Half-Life: Alyx would be an honest-to-goodness product or just a tech demo of the company.
Whatever it will be, the move of Valve doesn’t seem too surprising. The company has its own VR headset called Index and other SteamVR-capable headsets, and it will reportedly boost sales of those related devices with the help of Alyx.