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PS5 : Half-Life 2: Gabe Newell To Launch Garden Gnome Into Space Today For A Good Cause

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At the beginning of this month we talked to you about how Gabe newell wants to make the achievement of Half-Life 2 Episode Two Little Rocket Man come true, which in Spain we knew as Enanonauta. The event will take place today, November 20, at 3:22 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). Your goal is to fundraising that will be destined to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of the Starship Children’s Hospital, in Auckland, New Zealand. the same Newell has announced the release on video that I leave you next:

Dwarfman: The achievement comes true today, November 20

“We are in New Zealand and we get to do something really fun, thanks to our old friends at Weta Workshop, and our new friends in Rocket Lab“are the words with which Gabe newell begins the video that we have left on these lines. “Let’s launch a 3D printed titanium dwarf into space. Our Half-Life and Left for Dead fans probably know they are having fun with this, but more importantly, we are going to raise funds for Starship hospital“.

In this sense, Newell argues that donate a dollar for each person who attends the gnome launch event into space. In turn, the head of Valve maintains that we can make donations on our own by accessing the The Heart of Racing portal. When and where can we enjoy this event? On the Rocket Lab YouTube channel Today, November 20 at 3:22 p.m. Spanish time.

The launch of the Chompski gnome is celebrated today at 3:22 p.m. in Spain

The original achievement required players to Half-Life 2 Episode Two they would take this garden gnome with them from the beginning of the game. In this way, Chompski accompanied us throughout our entire odyssey … which could be a bit cumbersome when, at the same time, we had to deal with the enemies that came out to meet us. In the end, we can put Chompski on one of the rockets and launch him into space to get this trophy. Be that as it may, now the achievement will become a reality and, moreover, for a cause of solidarity.

Gabe Newell’s link with New Zealand, on the other hand, has become very special: let’s remember that he had to pass the confinement in the country due to the government closing the borders, in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. . Instead of going back to America, Newell made the decision to remain within the country, where he maintained contact with the companies Weta Workshop and Rocket Lab, in charge of organizing the launch of the gnome Chompski.