Half-Life 2 received a new update, 17 years after its release

Half-Life 2 received a new update, 17 years after its release

Don’t expect Half-Life 3, but expect Half-Life 2 to be customized to play in a portable edition. Namely, a new update of Valve's shooter started testing, almost 17 years after its first appearance.

This update primarily brings customization of the interface for different resolutions and smaller screens, so that the game is readable on the Steam Deck. The FOV setting has also been increased, from 90 to 110, and the interface is now properly scaled to ultra-wide resolutions. Support for the Vulcan API has also been added, so the game runs better outside of the Windows environment.

Similar fixes can probably be expected in other Valve games, such as Portal 2 or Left 4 Dead 2, before Steam Deck comes into the hands of users later this year.


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