Half-Life 2: The Remake Fanmade In Unreal Engine 5 Shows Up In Video

Two artists/developers are slowly creating a Half-Life 2 remake, and to do so they are making use of the performance Unreal Engine 5. The Epic Games graphics engine has already demonstrated that it has considerable potential, as demonstrated by the demo of Matrix Awakens on PS5 and Xbox Series X Plus.

Project Freeman is the name of the remake that the two developers are working on, and you can already take a look at the first results obtained through the video that we have brought to the top of the news. From what we can see, the team recreated some maps of City17, although it is not to be excluded that they exported maps from Half-Life Alyx, then imported into Unreal Engine 5. The environments are also populated by some NPCs and the Combine of Half-Life 2.

Project Freeman authors are working completely independently, but in order to move forward in their project they ask for the support of players through an open fundraiser on Patreon. The final intention is to be able to publish the complete product on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Plus, but it is difficult to tell how likely it is that the remake can actually see the light as a game done and finished.

Meanwhile, a group of modders are working at Half-Life 2 Remastered Collection, a project that aims to modernise the game’s technical sector and has received Valve’s approval.

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