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The network showed footage and gameplay of the cancelled game Half-Life 2: Ravenholm. It is also known as the fourth part of Half-Life 2 and was disclosed in a documentary about the Studio Arkane Studios, which was released on the YouTube channel Noclip.
According to the documentary, The Untold History of Arkane, an unreleased release was supposed to be a spin-off to the main series Half-Life. The plot of the game, the main hero is corporal Adrian Shepard (Adrian Shephard) from Half-Life: Opposing Force. Action Half-Life 2: Ravenholm set in several locations, including the abandoned town of Ravenholm and children’s hospital.
In particular, video game demonstrates how father Gregory — one of the heroes Half-Life 2. In the spin-off could also use the gravity gun — a device for manipulating objects at a distance. As in the main parts of the series, with its help, the player could draw and discard various items, and solve story puzzles.
The development of Half-Life 2: Ravenholm was engaged Arkane Studios. According to the creators, the game would develop the universe of Half-Life, but wouldn’t be associated the story with the rest of the series. The project was cancelled in late 2007.
In early March, developer Valve’s Robin Walker said that the Studio intends to develop a series of Half-Life. “The team is the people who are new to the series Half-Life, and many of them hope that Half-Life: Alyx will not be the last,” — said Walker. At the moment the last game of the series is VR-shooter Half-Life: Alyx, released on 23 March.
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