The Half Life franchise is back with a vengeance, and it’s out today on PS4 and Xbox One.
Half Life 1 was released in 2010 and 2 in 2016.
The new sequel is also available on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Half Life 2 will cost £50, but it’s the price of entry for any game that’s out this week.
On PS4, the game has been updated to version 2.3, which adds support for the PS4 Pro and its new HDR display, as well as the ability to create a high-definition version of the game.
The game’s PC version has also been updated with the new feature, and the PC version will cost $39.99.
For the Xbox One, the PC, and Xbox version, the price is $49.99, and both are available now.
And the best news is, the full game is now free on Steam.
You can pick up Half Life2 for £34.99 via the Steam store.
Full details of the release will be revealed on Wednesday, November 12. Read more You’re in luck, though.
Just like on the Xbox 360, Half Life is also now available on Windows 10.
There’s no release date yet for the PC release, but you can expect to see it sometime in December.
Check out our review of the first game for more information.
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