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Take a look at Half-Life 2 in Unity Engine with Path Tracing

Twitter user “Payton” has ported Half-Life 2’s level to the Unity Engine and has showcased it with full Path Tracing effects. And while this project looks cool, Twitter’s video player is so awful that makes a disservice to this video. Regardless of that, though, we thought it deserved your attention.

Unfortunately, Payton has not shared any YouTube link for this video. Once there is one, though, we’ll be sure to update this article. Until then, you’ll have to log in to Twitter in order to view it. It sucks, we know. However, it’s a really cool video.

Anyway, this video can give us a glimpse at what we can expect from an RTX Remix Mod. And for those wondering, yes. There is already an RTX Remix Mod for Half-Life 2 in development. However, this mod is not yet available for download. And no, NVIDIA hasn’t revealed yet when it will release the RTX Remix Creator Tool. This sucks as modders cannot take full advantage of RTX Remix in order to overhaul our classic PC games. But hey, it is what it is.

There is also an unofficial remaster for Valve’s shooter in development. Do note, though, that this mod is not the same as the one that appeared on Steam’s database. So, technically, there are two unofficial remasters.

Speaking of Path Tracing, earlier today, we shared a path-traced video for Return to Castle Wolfenstein. If you haven’t watched it yet, we highly recommend doing so. We also suggest downloading Quake Path TracingDoom Path TracingHalf-Life PT and Serious Sam Path Tracing.

Lastly, this Half-Life 2 in Unity Engine project is not available for download. So no, you won’t be able to test it on your PC system.