Valve announce Half-Life update

New TFC models amongst other things

Half-Life creators Valve have issued the following statement regarding the forthcoming release of the seminal first person shooter. "A new update (v1.1.0.6) for all Half-Life games is in final testing and expected to be released later this month. In addition to various fixes, this release will include new player models for all Team Fortress Classic classes. The new models feature higher resolution textures, increased polygon counts, and enhanced animation technology. This update will also include the winning entry from Planet Half-Life's January 2001 mapping contest." The new TFC models can already be seen in action at Blue's News. Valve also recently issued a server side fix for the infamous speed cheat that has been doing the rounds. Related Feature - The OGA's "speed cheat" statement

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