Half-Life 2 Hacked Release Floats Around On The Net

Posted: Oct 7 2003, 11:02pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:01pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Half-Life 2 Hacked Release floats around on the Net
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On September 28th we reported that Half-life 2 will be delayed. But a week ago the word was still it will come in time for the holidays. Now things are different.

Today Vivendi Universal Games announced that Half-Life 2 will be delayed until April 2004, because Hacker stole parts of the source codes.
Story on CNN.

It gets worse, later today those hackers actually released a playable version of Half-Life 2 on the net. Which means that they got alot of source code and actually where able to compile it. It also could be binary version that they stole from the Valve Network. See this CNN Story


PlanetHalfLife.com asks fans not to support the hacked version and send an email to Valve Software in case you discover people or organizations distributing stolen HL2 content or source code.






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