If we were to explain to you that one of the big launches in the gaming market for 2020 will be for gaming Virtual Reality Which is only available to a fraction of the entire gaming enthusiast community you would probably grin at - but then Valve came out and recruited its biggest brand to promote this technology to the center of the stage, and at the end of the month we will all (or maybe just some, to be exact) see if This is a basic gimmick or the epitome of a new and exciting era.
Half-Life: Alyx will be officially launched on theSteam On March 23, in less than three weeks from now, and in only one version that requires the use of glasses Virtual Reality Desktop - so anyone who has not yet joined the trend will not be able to experience this spin-off episode depicting events that took place in the years between the original Half-Life events and the Half-Life 2 events (the results of which we unfortunately do not know, even after a 13-year wait).
For anyone who is not yet convinced that the brand name Half-Life justifies an immediate investment of thousands of shekels in glasses (and controllers) Virtual Reality - The developer has added three up-to-date gameplay videos that allow you to get an impression of the shooting gameplay and movement of the upcoming title, as well as some of the advanced physical abilities that provide countless opportunities to make realistic uses of various objects the player encounters during his journey.
The year 2019 has provided us with a respectable number of titles VR Refreshing, special and advanced that could make many 'classic' gaming enthusiasts feel jealous - but from everything we see so far there is a good chance that Half-Life: Alyx will set a whole new standard of maturity and production quality in the field, just like a pair of Half- games The major life brought about noticeable changes in attitude in the action games genre of their time.
Want more? Also on the channelYouTube Of the IGN platform have added their own gameplay video from Half-Life: Alyx, which is even longer and more detailed than the videos on the developer's own channel - and includes narration and explanations by Alan Walker and Corey Peters from Wallab. pleasant viewing!
Think this is the beginning of a revolution that will bring virtual reality closer to the mainstream, or not? Let's talk about it with everyone in the comments.
updating: Wallab continues the work of creating the buzz around her work - this time with free distribution of a pair of environments that will await the title buyers in the final product, which can now be explored in virtual reality just before diving into the real thing. If you do not have your own VR glasses, you can once again settle for videos of other users, who come to the platform YouTube Agile these days.