Black Mesa to be sold on Steam, open sourcing maps and some assets
Posted: 20.11.2013 03:41 by Comments: 1
The indie dev team behind the total conversion Half-Life 2, Black Mesa, has announced that a standalone version will be available and sold on Steam.

According to the lead developer "Cman2k" on the game's forum, "We never developed Black Mesa with money in mind. Our team is made up of average, hardworking people, and no one joined the team to make money. For us, Black Mesa is purely a labor of love. We believe this philosophy has significantly contributed to the overall quality and feel of the game. "

The free mod which modernizes the original Half-Life with the Source engine will have a pricetag because the team will get full access to the Source engine, and also need the income.

That's not to say the devs are giving up on the free version. "In fact shortly after the Steam release there will be a completely new free version of the game. We also plan to open source our maps and some game assets to the modding community," promises the developer.

Related games: Black Mesa (PC)
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By CytoToxicProxy (SI Veteran Member) on Nov 22, 2013
I happened upon this as soon as this was released a while ago. Took awhile for the downloads to cease so I could get a download in. It's pretty good. I was impressed with it's playability.