Doom 3 in Unreal Engine 5

Behold an amazing fan remake of Doom 3 in Unreal Engine 5

Artist François Montagud has shared some screenshots and a video from a remake of id Software’s Doom 3 in Unreal Engine 5. Montagud has created the 3D models, textures, animations, lighting and blueprint that he used in this fan remake. Additionally, the artist used the music and sound effects from the original version of Doom 3.

The end result is spectacular, and we highly recommend watching the video. Montagud has implemented some basic gameplay mechanics, and he even included a cutscene with the Pinky. This is by far one of the best remakes we’ve shared as the video packs proper gameplay footage.

Unfortunately, the artist does not plan to release this demo/remake to the public. As such, you won’t be able to play it on your PC systems.

Speaking of Unreal Engine 5, we also suggest taking a look at the following videos. Right now, you can download a Superman Unreal Engine 5 Demo and a Spider-Man Unreal Engine 5 Tech Demo. Moreover, these videos show Star Wars KOTOR and Counter-Strike Global Offensive in UE5. Additionally, you can find a Portal Remake and an NFS3 Remake. And finally, here is a Half Life 2 Fan Remake, an Oblivion fan remake, a Silent Hill fan remake, a World of Warcraft remake, a Skyrim remake, a Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Remake, and a Zelda Ocarina of Time UE5 Remake.


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