Valve's 1998 classic Half-Life needs no introduction. But if we were to give it one we'd call it one of the most influential sci-fi 3D first-person shooters -- release at a time when the genre was evolving at an incredible rate. And now, almost 20 years after its original release Valve has patched Half-Life.
No need to get all excited though, as the Patch Notes reflect some final updates to the game based on community feedback.
Fixed crash when entering certain malformed strings into the game console. Thanks to Marshal Webb from BackConnect, Inc for reporting this.
Fixed crash when loading a specially crafted malformed BSP file. Thanks to Grant Hernandez (@Digital_Cold) for reporting this.
Fixed malformed SAV files allowing arbitrary files to be written into the game folder. Thanks to Vsevolod Saj for reporting this.
Fixed a crash when quickly changing weapons that are consumable. Thanks to Sam Vanheer for reporting this.
Fixed crash when setting custom decals
So what can we take from this seemingly minor bit of news? Well, the simple fact that Valve is still working on Half-Life.