NeoTokyo, the huge Half-Life 2 modification that takes place in a futuristic Japanese setting, is gaining a whole lot of steam — literally. After its initial release in 2009, the game was recently greenlit by mandate into Steam’s Greenlight program. Now, the developers have just released a big update for the game, including weapon re-models, darker Jinrai skins, more readable HUD icons and the fixing of the left lean exploit. For all the updates, check out the Changelog below.
If that weren’t enough, game composer Ed Harrison is finishing up more music to be released in the near future — which as always should prove worth listening to in-game or not.
Inspired by similar anime titles like Ghost in the Shell and Akira, NeoTokyo features gameplay similar to Counter-Strike and has been heralded as one of the best modifications ever created.
Check out some new screenshots under the changelog.
* New ZR68C/S/L and MX/S-5 models.
* Details added to most other guns.
* Tweaks made to smoke and frag grenades to make them easier to distinguish.
* New darker Jinrai skins.
* Changed default key bindings to be more consistent with other games.
* Changed default server config (3 minute round time, first to score 7).
* Made HUD icons more readable against bright backgrounds.
* Left lean exploit fixed.
* New maps:
* Updated maps: