Half-Life: Alyx is built on the Source 2 engine, will support mods, and will cost $59.99 Dollars. Now making a new statement on the subject, Valve has officially announced Half-Life: Alyx's release date.
Also, Valve recently announced that because of the Half-Life: Alyx is coming in March, they are making all games in the Half-Life Collection FREE to play for Steam users, from now until the day it launches.
Half-Life: Alyx will arrive on PC on March 23, 2020, and Valve has released a few new screenshots to celebrate the announcement (via Twitter). Half-Life: Alyx is set between Half-Life 1 and 2, and as the protagonist you will "immerse yourself in deep environmental interactions, puzzle solving, world exploration, and visceral combat". If you're interested in Half-Life: Alyx, you can find it on Steam now. Two are more of a look at the environments, while one shows a moment of gameplay. Are any of you looking forward to playing this in March?
What is Half-Life: Alyx about? The game will display the period before Gordon Freeman's introduction in the plot. If you decide that you like the series enough, you can grab the whole bundle for $24.40 at this link.
Half-Life: Alyx's story is set between Half-Life and Half-Life 2 where: "Alyx Vance and her father Eli secretly mount the resistance to the brutal occupation of Earth by a mysterious alien race known as The Combine", Valve previous revealed.
The only downside right now is that the Valve Index VR headset continues to be out of stock in most regions. Better yet, maybe we'll actually see Half-Life 3. The VR-only game, said to be around 15 hours long, will come out for PC on March 23rd. I don't know about you but I'd definitely like an Opposing Force style experience from the perspective of a Combine unit.