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Life is Strange Recreation: Chloe's Room


Description

As part of an ambitious project to recreate the Life is Strange environments in Garry's Mod, this map has been completed in 22 hours work!

FEATURES:

  • Recreation of Chloe's Room from "Life is Strange" (Episode 1-4)
  • Models / Textures ported from "Life is Strange"

Disclaimer:

  • This is not a 100% Accurate recreation of the "Life is Strange" Environments.
    This is because Source is 10 years old and cannot compete with the Unreal Engine.
    Furthermore, I cannot port directly from Unreal Engine to Source Engine.

  • This map uses Assets found in the "Life is Strange" Game.

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

  • DonTnoD for creating "Life is Strange" (I can't wait for the next episode!)
  • /r/Lifeisstrange community - Everyone here helped me continue the project! (You guys are hella awesome!)
  • Gildor - Creator of Umodel (Without his tool. None of this would have been possible!)

ENJOY THE MAP / WANT TO SEE MORE?

  • The best way to support the map is to Like and Favourite the workshop post!



Comments

Love these maps! Hope there is more to come

zakhm123 posted 1 year, 11 months ago

Now if you linked the workshop post people would be able to easily favorite/upvote. Just a reminder.

OGpunch posted 1 year, 4 months ago

i know this is a dead place, but is there any chance of getting a version of this map with no light?

Mr.Below_averag posted 2 months, 1 week ago


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