Listen to Half-Life: Alyx - Soundtrack now. Listen to Half-Life: Alyx - Soundtrack in full in the Spotify app. Play on Spotify. Soundtrack consists of 9 tracks tracks with duration over about 25 minutes. Album was released by Valve. Tracks preview provided by iTunes. If you like Half-Life: Alyx Soundtrack, we strongly recommend to buy it. Support composers, artists and performers so they can release more music in the future. 'The official soundtrack to Half-Life: Alyx. Following the story and locations of Half-Life: Alyx, the soundtrack evolves and combines industrial, electronic, experimental and orchestral cinematic pieces, alternating between abstract environmental, emotional soundscapes and direct action oriented cues.' The Half-Life: Alyx OST came out with its first chapter entitled Entanglement. The audio release comes with nine tracks, all in 320K MP3 and FLAC format. Fans are expecting at least 10 more tracks after, with a far different music style. Half-Life: Alyx is a 2020 virtual reality (VR) first-person shooter developed and published by Valve.Set between the events of Half-Life (1998) and Half-Life 2 (2004), players control Alyx Vance on a mission to seize a superweapon belonging to the alien Combine.
March 23, 2020
Windows 10operating system, IntelCore i5-7500 or AMDRyzen 5 1600 processor, 12 GBRAM, NvidiaGeForce 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 video card with 6 GB of VRAM, SteamVR compatible Virtual reality headset
Half-Life: Alyx is a VR game developed by Valve Corporation, released on March 23, 2020. It is currently available for purchase on Steam and, as the company's flagship VR title, was available for free to the owners of the Valve Index VR headset. It is set five years before the events of Half-Life 2, features Alyx Vance as the player character, and is the first official single-player game in the Half-Life series to feature a speaking protagonist. It is also the first official Half-Life game to feature Steam Workshop support.
- Wallace Breen (Mentioned only)
- Isaac Kleiner (Mentioned only)
- Xen aliens
- Combine forces
The game takes place within City 17 with a majority of the time being spent traveling through the Quarantine Zone.
- Quarantine Zone
After the release of HTC Vive VR headset and The Lab in 2016, both the players and developers themselves could see virtual reality as a promising concept, but were disappointed by the lack of fully-featured high production value games that would take advantage of the technology. After making the decision to fill this role, Valve explored different franchises, concluding on Half-Life and Portal being the most interesting choices. An idea of a multiplayer game was ruled out early in the development because of the limited audience and various other issues. Although Portal 2's assets worked well in The Lab, the developers thought that the gameplay specific to the series, involving constant flinging through space and jumping through portals, would be too disorienting for a VR game. On the other hand, Half-Life's gameplay, being a combination of storytelling, combat and exploration, seemed that many of its aspects could be greatly enhanced by VR.
Half-life Alyx Soundtrack
An initial prototype was made using Half-Life 2's assets, expected to last around 15 minutes. The developers immediately noticed the playtesters experiencing a powerful sense of immersion, driving them to explore the environments and behave in ways unexpected in non-VR games, resulting in three times the initially estimated playthrough time even this early in development.
In February 2017, Gabe Newell confirmed that Valve is working on three VR games. He emphasized that the games were being designed specifically for VR, as several attempts of porting existing titles proved to be uncompelling, and stated that these will be fully-featured games, unlike the previously released technology demos – The Lab and Moondust. One of these games, referred to as the Valve's flagship VR game, was announced during the Index VR headset reveal to be released later in 2019.Half-Life: Alyx was revealed to be the flagship title on November 18, 2019, in the first tweet of Valve’s Twitter account. A trailer was released on November 21.
Half-Life: Alyx has 41 achievements.
The Half-Life: Alyx soundtrack was composed by Mike Morasky.
Half Life Alyx Music
Logos and banners
Promotional poster (concept) by Olly Moss.
Promotional poster (final) by Chris Welch.
Complete art used as the official website's background image.
Ditto, mobile version.
Steam hero image.
Workshop Tools splash screen.
Image included with the name announcement.
Banner promoting the Commentary Update.
Promotional artwork for the May 2020 issue of Edge.
The Gravity Gloves.
Ditto, pulling a pistol.
Ditto, pulling a grenade from a Combine Ordinal.
- ↑ 1.01.1'Half-Life: Alyx, available March 23, 2020' @valvesoftware on Twitter (February 13, 2020)
- ↑ 2.02.12.2'We’re excited to unveil Half-Life: Alyx, our flagship VR game, this Thursday at 10am Pacific Time.' @valvesoftware on Twitter (November 18, 2019)
- ↑ 3.03.1The Final Hours of Half-Life: Alyx -- Behind Closed Doors at Valve on YouTube
- ↑Valve is making three 'full' VR games on Eurogamer.net
- ↑Valve to Launch a 'Flagship VR Game' Later This Year on Index and Other SteamVR Headsets on Road to VR
- ↑Half-Life: Alyx Announcement Trailer on YouTube
- Half-Life: Alyx on Steam
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