A Half-Life mod that’s been in the works since the early 2010s has resurfaced, and it’s near the finish-line. The developer has put up some gameplay footage of the FPS game, and says that the fanmade spinoff might launch this summer.

Half-Life: Delta follows a upkeep engineer, Nick Farell, who will get caught up in the entire Black Mesa cross-dimensional invasion debacle. His marketing campaign contains round 30 levels, stretched throughout 4 chapters, and a bunch of recent weapons, fashions, sounds, and so forth. Going by ModDB, the first Half-Life: Delta preview occurred in 2016, and we’ve had sporadic updates since, till now, the place a recent gameplay trailer has been uploaded.

The publish has few phrases, simply saying that creator XF-Alien thinks “the release will be in June/July.” The near-five minutes of footage appears to be like nearly as good as another Half-Life mod, that includes loads of exploration via the gray corridors of Black Mesa, and its overcast New Mexico locale. Zombies, drones, and headcrabs seem, as nicely a number of different alien nasties, and general it appears to seize that early-2000s Half-Life really feel, whereas nonetheless having a barely fashionable sleekness to it.

Here’s the trailer:

You can comply with progress via the ModDB hyperlink above. We have a listing of four other Half-Life mods you should check out, whereas we proceed to attend for Half-Life 3.

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