Baryonix Studios, a small team of game developers, is working on an unofficial remake of the first God of War game in Unity Engine. Although this project is in a pre-alpha stage, the team shared a WIP video from it.
Now as the title suggests, this is an unofficial remake. As such, don’t expect much from it. My guess is that Sony will send Baryonix a C&D letter (once and if this video goes viral). Furthermore, this is a really early development video. Thus, and even if Sony allows the team to continue working on it, you should not be expecting to be playing it anytime soon.
Nevertheless, this WIP video does actually feel like God of War. The team has nailed Kratos’ 3D model, as well as his attack animations. In a sense, it’s more impressive than the God of War fan video in Unreal Engine 5 we shared a while back.
Speaking of fan projects in Unity Engine, we also suggest taking a look at the following ones. Right now, you can download a demo of a Resident Evil fan remake in Unity Engine. This PSX Demake of Dead Space also looks retro-amazing. Moreover, fans are working on a Resident Evil Code Veronica Remake in Unity Engine. And then we have this lovely video, showcasing what Final Fantasy 9 could look like in Unity Engine.
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