Today Valve did the unbelievable: Not just did it declare another game, however it reported another Half-Life game. Lamentably, it’s not Half-Life 3. The new undertaking, Half-Life: Alyx, is a VR-restrictive undertaking that packs a full singleplayer-driven battle that happens between Half-Life 1 and 2. You play as Alyx Vance in vivid, ongoing VR FPS disorder – Valve fabricated the game starting from the earliest stage for VR, and it bolsters movement following, different information sources, and takes into account practical associations like evading adversary assaults, scouring the earth for ammunition and rigging, and inclining around corners (to give some examples).
When asked “Does this mark a full return to the series? Should we expect more?”, Spreyrer replied:
“Yes. It’s probably no surprise that many people at Valve have been wanting to get back to the Half-Life universe for a long time, and this experience has only reinforced that. “In the process of creating Half-Life: Alyx, we’ve had to explore new ways to tell stories with these characters and this world, and we’ve discovered a lot of new gameplay experiences that go beyond what we’ve been able to do before. “Of course, we’ll have to wait and see how people react to Half-Life: Alyx once it’s out, but we’d love to continue pushing forward.”
Half-Life: Alyx will be accessible March 2020 for $59.99, however all Valve Index proprietors will get it for nothing. It’ll be good with any SteamVR-perfect headset, including Oculus Rift/Quest, HTC Vive headsets, the Valve Index, and even the Windows Mixed Reality HMDs.