As some might have noticed we have submitted Missing Information for review on Steam. This means we are in the final steps of getting approved for a Steam release.
The first release on Steam will serve as a base for future updates. This specifically means that the first release will only contain fixes for bugs that were introduced with the SteamPipe update. Unfortunately, this also means that there won't be any new content available. It is our hope that will be able to push out a couple of updates before we reach the end of 2018 (no promises)!
Currently we have workshop support planned which we hope to have ready in some form in 2018.
Missing Information will no longer rely on Half-Life 2 or any of the episodes which means future bugs will be entirely on our own account - scary!
It is important for us to clarify that Missing Information will be FREE on Steam and will ALWAYS be free!
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback hit us up on Twitter or in the comments, we love hearing from everyone.
A little update on what's going on with Missing Information!
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Highest Rated (20 agree) 10/10
This modification not only follows the original valve art style but is also keeping users up-to-date again. With moronic individuals posting 5's out of 10 because of their lack of interest or understanding of a project of this scale, this leaves fans with pretty much all the knowledge of the Half-Life universe to rate a 10/10 and give information to support. Half-Life 2 was to have a 50+ hour campaign and have over 20 weapons. Fun fact: The Borealis in fact was owned by a scientific research team…
Jan 28 2011 by av3nger