STALKER Remake in Unreal Engine 5-8

Here is what STALKER Remake could look like in Unreal Engine 5

YouTube’s ‘Skif’ has shared some screenshots and a video, showcasing what a STALKER Remake could look like in Unreal Engine 5. Skif has recreated numerous environments from GSC GameWorld’s FPS, and the results are spectacular.

As the artist noted, there are currently no plans to release this fan remake to the public. Still, the following screenshots and videos should give you an idea of what it would look like.

Now I have to be honest here. This is one of the best fan remakes I’ve seen. The artist was able to keep the art style of the original game, and everything look perfect. Hell, even the weapon animations look incredible. Seriously, this could have been an official trailer of a game. It’s THAT good.

Speaking of impressive fan remakes in Unreal Engine 5, I also suggest taking a look at the Dark Souls 3 Remake. It’s not as spectacular as the STALKER Remake, but it’s certainly among the best we’ve shared. And then we have the Zelda: Ocarina of Time Fan Remake.

Lastly, you can download a test build of STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl in Unreal Engine 5.


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