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Half Life, Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Resident Evil Remake look cool in Unreal Engine 4

Chris, Oscar Barrovecchio 3D and Residence of Evil have shared videos showing Half-Life, Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Resident Evil Remake in Unreal Engine 4. Therefore, and instead of flooding the frontpage, we’ve decided to share all three of them in one single article.

Let’s start with Half-Life in Unreal Engine 4 which is the simplest project of them. This small video shows a scene from the chapter “On a rail” from Half-Life in UE4. Most of the items related to Half-Life are made from scratch by Oscar Barrovecchio 3D, and the props are from the Unreal market.

"On a rail" part remade in Unreal Engine 4 for short animation - Progress - 3D

On the other hand, Chris is currently remaking the first level from Return to Castle Wolfenstein in UE4. Unfortunately, we don’t know whether Chris will release a demo of it to the public. Still, this fan remake looks cool.

Return to Castle Wolfenstein - Unreal Engine 4 - E1L1 Remake - Updates in Description!

Lastly, MoonGlint has recreated a portion of the Resident Evil Remake in first-person with Unreal Engine 4. The following video shows the main player exploring the Spencer mansion in first-person mode. It looks absolutely amazing, though unfortunately there aren’t currently any plans for a public release.

RESIDENT EVIL 1: REMAKE || UNREAL ENGINE 4 | First Person

Speaking of Unreal Engine 4 fan remakes, I also suggest taking a look at the Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness Fan Remake in Unreal Engine 4. There is also a Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II Remake, an incredible Batman 1989 fan video, and a playable Mortal Kombat Mythologies Sub-Zero Fan Remake.

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