Need for Speed Most Wanted Unreal Engine 5 Remake

Need for Speed Most Wanted & Midnight Club Unreal Engine 5 Fan Remakes

TeaserPlay has shared some videos, showcasing what modern-day remakes of Need for Speed Most Wanted and Midnight Club could look like in Unreal Engine 5.

Going into more details, last month TeaserPlay shared a fan trailer for the Need for Speed Most Wanted Remake. And earlier today, they shared a video, showcasing some short gameplay footage from it.

Need For Speed Most Wanted Remake Gameplay - Unreal Engine 5

Need for Speed Most Wanted Remake - Unreal Engine 5 Amazing Showcase l Concept Trailer

A few days ago, TeaserPlay also shared a video for Midnight Club. Similarly to the Need for Speed Remake, this Midnight Club Remake Concept featured a couple of minutes of gameplay footage.

Midnight Club™ Remake - Unreal Engine 5 Insane Showcase l Concept Trailer

Now as with pretty much all of TeaserPlay’s videos, these are concept videos and nothing more. These aren’t fan games that are currently in development. TeaserPlay also does not plan to release these demos/remakes to the public.

Lastly, you can check out TeaserPlay’s previous fan remakes/recreations in Unreal Engine 5. For instance, you can find remakes and concept trailers of Red Dead RevolverFar Cry 7Dark Souls 4 and Resident Evil 4 Remake. There are also remakes of Fallout New VegasSilent HillDino CrisisBullyGod of War, Assassin’s Creed Infinity, Grand Theft Auto Vice CityGrand Theft Auto San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto III.


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