The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Unreal Engine 4 New

The Legend of Zelda Ocarina Of Time Remake in Unreal Engine 4.25 showcased in new video

CryZENx has released a brand new gameplay video for his fan remake of The Legend of Zelda Ocarina Of Time in Unreal Engine 4. This video showcases the new changes, improvements and additions that CryZENx has made to this project. Moreover, this fan remake will be using the previous version of UE4, Unreal Engine 4.25.

Now while this fan remake does not recreate the entire game in Unreal Engine 4, it features multiple areas from that Nintendo 64 game. Moreover, players can fight enemies, interact with objects, and talk to NPCs. This is truly an amazing project, and something that all Zelda fans should at least check out.

Unreal Engine 4 Zelda Ocarina Of Time Update 7 will release soon according to the creator. In the meantime, you can watch the following gameplay video.

Those interested can go ahead and download its previous version from here.

It’s also worth noting that CryZENx has released other Unreal Engine 4 remakes of classic games in the past. There is a Sonic Unleashed Temple of Gaia remake in Unreal Engine 4 and a Super Mario 64 Remake in Unreal Engine 4. There are also Diddy Kong Racing 64 Unreal Engine 4 Remake, as well as Luigi’s Mansion, Pokemon Stadium & Super Mario Sunshine Remakes in Unreal Engine 4.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Unreal Engine 4 [4.25] Zelda Ocarina Of Time #Update7 2020

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