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Half-Life 2: City 17 Unreal Engine project updates Valve’s classic

Thursday, 3rd April 2014 08:05 GMT By Dave Cook

Half-Life 2′s City 17 has been remodelled in Unreal Engine by a gamer, who has started posting images of his work online.

The project is being created by Polycount forum user Logithx, who writes, “Was working on this City 17 environment in UDK, still tons of stuff to do like creating all the exterior stuff, train interiors and some smaller models (monitors and props) but then Epic released UE4 in all its glory.

“I’ll probably quit this project in UDK and convert it all to the Unreal Engine 4. It’s gonna take a while though. Please note that there’s lots of placeholder models/textures/lighting and general derpyness in these pics. Can’t wait to get going with UE4.”

We’ll update once the UE4 shots start rolling out.

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5 Comments

  1. nodryland1

    Looks really good nice work

    #1 6 months ago
  2. Joe Musashi

    The topic title for this at NeoGaf is exquisite. One comma makes all the difference. :)

    JM

    #2 6 months ago
  3. Michael Ireland

    Well it’s definitely pretty.

    #3 6 months ago
  4. TheWulf

    I don’t know that tricking people with clickbait is particularly clever or funny, I don’t honestly think it is, especially since the person has a history of it according to the forums. Yeah, intentionally trolling people is funny.

    Sorry, not how my brain works.

    #4 6 months ago
  5. Joe Musashi

    @4 Someone used wit and grammar to play on the assumptions of other people. There is absolutely nothing wrong with what they did. They didn’t conceal or distort any information – just had a good understanding of grammar and human nature.

    For someone that writes essays of self indulgent.. stuff ..it’s surprising you don’t appreciate wit and good prose when you see it.

    Sorry, not how my brain works.”

    Quite.

    JM

    #5 6 months ago

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