Half-life Alyx is the latest entry in the legendary PC video game series. Now the Half-Life: Alyx Update 1.1 Patch Notes have been revealed.
The game has been received quite positively by both critics and players.
Half-Life: Alyx Update 1.1 Patch Notes
Below are the full 1.1 patch notes
- Improved turning options in Preferences:
– Added “Continuous Turn”, and associated turning speed options.
– Renamed “Quick turn” to “Snap Turn” to make its functionality clearer.
– Added option to disable controller turning.
- Improved hand-over-mouth pose usability for Windows MR controllers.
- Improved the resolution of impact decals on enemies.
- Improved automatic detection of default Quality settings for some machine configurations.
- Fixed an issue where some sounds didn’t play as intended.
- Fixed an issue where the main menu could become less responsive if you had many save games.
- Fixed several crashes.
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Half-life: Alyx System Requirements
To run the title on PC, you’ll need the following specifications.
- OS: Windows 10
- Processor: Core i5-7500 / Ryzen 5 1600
- Memory: 12 GB RAM
- Graphics: GTX 1060 / RX 580 – 6GB VRAM
The game is fairly demanding and if you plan to play it at higher resolutions and frame-rate you’ll need a beefy system for sure.
You can check out how the game works for multiple VR headsets in this detailed video below.
If you’re interested in how it works for multiple room setups, you can refer to the official website. This has a detailed guideline and modes available.
The game is quite possibly the biggest VR title to date, and we’re excited about the future of VR.
You can get it on Steam and you will need a support VR headset to play it.
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