Black Mesa Sequel?
Many gamers consider Half-Life 2 to be Valve’s biggest achievement and are always coveted as one of the best games ever made. With a player who reaches 2.5 million, you no longer need to ask how fans love the “Half-Life“. The two endings delivered always leave an impression that exceeds the expectations of gamers, you can see this in the Half-Life review page on the steam platform filled with positive ratings, a sign of enthusiasm and of course they are waiting for the release of the next Half-Life universe.
But what makes Half-Life 1 loved by many people, it’s a special part of the game, the world of Xen. This latest game will take us against the background of a new world where this dimension is described as an embodiment of the alien world that tells the story near the end of Gordon Freeman’s extraordinary adventure teleported to the world of Xen.
To be honest, on the part of the story the Xen section seems uneven and does not match the Half-Life storyline, moreover, it is produced in a hurry. That is why the Black Mesa developer team decided to rebuild it, not just make it back. According to their announcement on Steam, the game will be made from their own original work.
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Black Mesa The Original
Original Black Mesa, which was launched into the Steam Early Access program in May 2015, has looked very good and was massively liked. Experience 10 hours of gameplay bringing players through the entire game to the point where Freeman was supposed to reenter the test room and be teleported to Xen. After Xen is added, it will bring a total experience of around 16 hours.
In this last sequel, which according to the team will focus primarily on the sustainability of the Black Mesa series, they will complete their work and are ready to be released in the early quarter of 2019. As for the next game project, they will work on the next Black Mesa series in 2024.