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The result is impressive.

Half-Life is one of the best games ever released.

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Today everyone knows that Half-Life is one of the best video games ever.being so that with many those who want to see (without too much hope in this regard), the resurgence of this great Valve franchise, although everything indicates that this is in vain, since, despite the fact that there are clues to the return of the Left Dead 4 and Half-Life, the truth is that to date no real movement seen that this is going to happen.

Be that as it may, although it must be said that the title lasts until today with moments like the second part that left us a very curious anecdote with the photo of a real person in the title, it is the users who keep the game alivethereby giving rise to some modders have achieved add the well-known Ray-Tracing to Half-Life.

Half-Life looks better than ever thanks to a very popular modder

Under this premise, it must be said that this mod has been developed by the popular modder Sultim Tsyrendashiev, the creator of other mods that provide ray tracing support for games like Serious Sam, Doom and Quake, which has caused that when he announced in its time that I was developing a Half-Life modthe expectation of many followers was through the roof, while we have already been able to see the result of this, which gives a Half-Life that has greatly improved lighting and visual quality compared to the original video game, as you can see in the video on this user’s YouTube channel:

Of course, you can see that the functionality of this mod is achieved because the original game is being used to carry it out, which in itself is something that many will appreciate, since other mods have used more modern versions and the result has been catastrophic in terms of the number of failures.

For the rest, it should be noted that as of today, despite the fact that there are no new deliveries in sight, you should know that Half-Life is available for PC, PS2, MacOS and Linux.

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By Geeke