Xash3D is a custom Gold Source build from a scratch. Xash3D overcomes obsolete Gold Source engine's limits and provides for you a new quality of gaming experience and modmaking capabilities, for example: higher limits for bsp-models, studiomodels scaling, realistic values of lighting on server side, entity patch technology support, support of additional map types, support of precaching "on the fly", support for using real HD-textures (up to 4096 x 4096 px) for maps, models, sprites and decals in any played mod and many other features...

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masquedios Sep 4 2012 says:

OMG! Is that supported in the Xash3d 0.95 Buil 2015? Or is a picture from Xash Graphic Enhanced Mod?

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Zombie_Source™ Sep 12 2012 buried:


It's just Enhanced mod. :(

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Qwertyus Sep 18 2012 says:

Nope, it's not Enhanced Mod. It's a screenshot from XashXT mod v0.6, with some models from Overhaul Pack and a set of HD-textures for maps (which were collected by me from different HL and HL: Source mods and adapted to Xash3D). But the main new feature on the picture is a new water, which can be created by mapper under Xash3D (it's not a default look for any water at all, but you can add such water on your map now).

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DownDuckling Jan 15 2013 says:

Looks beautiful!

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Here is a sample of making a water with waves & reflection under Xash3D Engine. It's not a default style for water look at all, but any mapper can add such type of water on his map, if he wants it.

Aug 20th, 2012
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