Our representation of Halo's iconic space combat in the Homeworld 2 engine, which puts the player in command of some of the most powerful weapons fielded by the UNSC and Covenant and to provide a balanced and competitive experience.

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Halcyon Redux
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disturbed117 Oct 25 2013 says:

okay, this is cool lol

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morder553 Oct 25 2013 says:

i love all things related to halo but this takes the cake =D good work

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Unikraken Oct 25 2013 says:

You are a master at your craft, Zero.

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McChaffee Oct 25 2013 replied:

I'd say beyond that.

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Hakazu Oct 26 2013 says:

Really nice!

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ScubaSteve3465 Oct 26 2013 says:

That thing is fcking beautiful

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VWV Oct 27 2013 says:

Really good and defined, not that the old texture was bad, but this seems miles better.

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AncientT Nov 11 2013 says:

I think I see some blue tibirium crystal on the planet there o.o

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880Zero Nov 21 2013 replied:

What you're seeing is the shallow estuaries of northern South America.

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Hell_Diguner Dec 6 2013 says:

Massive improvement

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It's been a week without any interesting news, slow day at the office, etc. I'm here to present a few new textures, though mainly the re-textured Halcyon with my new method I developed with the frigate, as posted for comparison.

Basically these updates include better, more accurate specular and gloss maps that allow details to pop better and giving the metal better reflective while the paint scheme remains a matte finish.

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