Half-Life 3 from fans - there is a fresh gameplay of the Boreal Alpha shooter, based on Valve scenario

The team of enthusiasts of Keep Away From Fire posted on their YouTube channel fresh gameplay of shooter Boreal Alyph, based on synopsis of failed Half-Life 2: Episode Three / Half-Life 3. It was written by former Valve screenwriter Mark Laidlaw and released to public in 2017.

Half-Life 3 from fans - there is a fresh gameplay of the Boreal Alpha shooter, based on Valve scenario
Gameplay of the Boreal Alyph shooter based on the Valve scenario surprises and raises hopes for a sequel.

In a 7-minute video, KAFF Software demonstrated the gameplay at one of the locations, which is referred to within the team as the "Shipyard". The developers warned that the project is still in the early stages of construction, so the video does not reflect the final result. Everything that is presented in it is either in an incomplete state, or made from draft versions of objects. The game engine uses a modified Source Engine.

Mark Laidlaw's story begins immediately after finale of Half Life 2: Episode Two, when Gordon and Alex go to Antarctica in search of the Boreas, the research vessel mentioned at the end of the episode. On the way, the heroes are shot down, after which it is discovered that the ship is surrounded by a huge Alliance base, inside which the Boreas constantly materializes, then disappears from reality.

In addition to Boreal Alph, another amateur project based on the draft of Half Life 2: Episode Three - Project Borealis - has been created for several years.