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The submarine is a submersible cut from Half-Life 2.[1][2][3][4]


At the end of the original Borealis chapter, Odell and Gordon Freeman were to leave the ship with a submarine, and set off to Kraken Base.

In the WC map pack, the submarine can be found in the Borealis map d3_borealis_01, stored in the aft hold, and in the Kraken Base maps proto_deep002b or proto_deep002, floating at the underwater entrance to the base. Moreover, Odell mentions getting to the submarine in his dialogue files, and the journey was confirmed by writer Marc Laidlaw.


The WC map pack map props_borealis shows that at least four models related to the submarine, but not found in the leak, were present: sub_thrusters01.mdl, sub_rearcone01.mdl, sub_oxygentanks01.mdl, and sub_canopy01.mdl.