While a big part of work shown in the demo is still WIP, it is an overall enjoyable experience, which will allow the player to feel how the mod will play...
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Opposing Force 2 is an ambitious Half-Life 2 modification that focuses on making an unnofficial sequel to Gearbox Software's award winning game: Opposing Force. As many gamers think of Opposing Force as one of the greatest FPS games ever, modders making a sequel is an obvious possibility. Although many have tried and failed this project has come further than anyone else's and seems to have a bright future.
The game takes place in the Seven Hours War aftermath. Fighting against blood shedding synths and frightening aliens, Adrian Shephard has to struggle his way with his fellow comrades from the Phoenix Command, with the main objective of stopping the construction of a Combine Citadel. In his journey he will find what has happened to the world, six months after the Seven Hour War.
The team has been busy and right now finishing Opposing Force 2 on our own is unfeasible. We're going to release all of our assets (including models, textures, sounds, maps and map files, documentation, the source code and the game as it is) that we've produced up until now on Github. We hope that you understand from this "alpha" release that we have worked hard but ran into our own personal projects and can't focus solely on the modification anymore. This release comes before mid July.
Regarding the future of OF2 we plan on making this a collaborative project & work with our fans towards a full release. If we went with this approach anyone would be able to contribute with any sort of content. Even fans not familiar with game development could pull requests to get stuff added, which would really allow us to engage the community.