Half-Life Gets its First Update in 19 Years

Look who is still relevant to Valve! Half-Life, a Valve original, has received an update after 19 long years!

Garry's Mod recently received a comprehensive update, and we've also recently gotten an update for Half-Life! At 19 years old, Half-Life has got to be one of the oldest games to receive an update in the modern gaming world.

You read that correctly. 19 years. 228 months after release, Valve has found the time to polish some of the scuffs on our beloved shooter. Although the update really only addressed crashes, the community speculates much further. There is talk of Half-Life 3, conspiracy theories, and many more far-fetched thoughts.

To the subject though: our servers already have the patch running on them. From CS 1.6 all the way to Ricochet, you're good to go.

Half-Life Update 07-10-2017

  • The game does not crash when a faulty string is entered into the console. Thanks to Marshal Webb from BackConnect, Inc
  • The game will no longer crash if a faulty .bmp file is to be loaded.Thanks to Grant Hernandez
  • SAV files that allowed arbitrary files to write to the game directory.Thanks to Vsevolod Saj
  • The game does not crash when you move quickly between consumable weapons. Thanks to Sam Vanheer
  • The game no longer crashes when you create your own decals

Do you still revisit the original Half-Life often, or has Gordon Freeman spent some time collecting dust on your desk? What are your thoughts on a patch this far from normal development? Let us know in the comments below!

    Jul 14, 03:31 am
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