Valve Releases More Virtual Reality Fixes for Half-Life 2 and Other Source Games

A new patch has been released for Half_life 2 Beta

By on November 15th, 2013 14:19 GMT

Half-Life 2 is a first-person shooter developed by Valve that appeared back in 2004 and which has recently been ported to the Linux platform.

Porting a complex title such as Half-Life 2 (including Lost Coast, Episode 1, Episode 2, and Half-Life: Source) is a very difficult task, and the developers have released many updates. A new patch has been released now by Valve, for the Beta branch.

Highlights of the latest Half-Life 2 Beta update:

• Support has been fixed for resolutions other than 1280x800;
• Support has been fixed for cloning the main display;
• The sharpness of the VR output has been significantly improved;
• The Head-and-neck model has been fixed.

More details about this update can be found in the official announcement. To access this patch, users will need to opt in the Beta program of Half-Life 2, from the Properties menu.

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