Project Lambda is a remake of the original Half-Life using Unreal Engine 4. It’s still a work in progress, so we can only hope the team will eventually replace these stock soda machine assets with shiny new versions of Half-Life’s Soda Soda Pop and juice vending machines.
Thanks for the screenshot, Cornelius!
Go ahead and leave me.
I think I prefer to stay inside.
Maybe you’ll find someone else to help you.
Maybe Black Mesa…
THAT WAS A JOKE. Haha. FAT CHANCE.
Anyway, this drink is grape.
It’s so delicious and cold.
Thanks for the screenshot, Kenneth!
Half-Life: C.A.G.E.D. just popped up on Steam yesterday, and hey — it has soda machines! Be careful, though; you don’t want to end up with a vending machine malfunction.
This placeholder model from the Half-Life 2 Beta is perfect, because nothing says “dystopian future” like Pepsi winning the Cola Wars.
While we’re at it, this wood grain soda machine model also appeared in pre-release versions of Half-Life 2. [Source]
During development, Half-Life featured branded soda machines. These were replaced by generic counterparts for the final release. [Source]
Also, for good measure, here’s an exploding soda machine from Half-Life: Uplink, which served as a demo for the game.
Can I get a ruling on whether Dr. Breen’s Private Reserve from Half-Life 2 is a soda or a bottled water product?
Soda Soda Pop and juice vending machines from Half-Life. Thanks,