Fans of Half Life 2, that great Valve title, have created a modified version of this video game known as Half Life 2: Projects Borealis. I honestly love these types of video game mods made by fans, as they are usually quite interesting. So if you were a fan of Half Life 2: Episode 3, you will surely be interested and enjoy this new contribution from the community that brings news as we are going to comment on.
You already know that it is an unofficial interpretation of that Episode 3 of Half Life 2, and that it continues in good health as you can see, and all to satisfy the fans of Black Mesa video games. Now comes a new version of the performance test which lets us see that the improvements we are talking about have been satisfactory with the tests carried out with OpenGL and Vulkan as graphic APIs and that they show other performance results ...However, the developers have confirmed that they will continue to make progress to deliver even better results in the future. You already know that they have managed to get Linux support early, in the latest version 2.0.0 of the test and with the 2.1.0 they have fixed a lot of things. Updated to the graphics engine U, and also some progress to alleviate or reduce the problems with OpenGL and Vulkan.
Of course, multithreaded support has been added for particle and collision simulations, audio performance has been optimized, textures and streaming improvements, and more. many more news. If you want to download the test for Linux, you can access it right here: itch.io. And if you want more information about the Borealis project itself, you can access the official websiteYou already know that for the download, you can enter directly in this direction, as for the tests.