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Quake 1 in Unreal Engine 4, first teaser video shows off the classic E1M1 map

Last week, we informed you about Quake being recreated in Unreal Engine 4. And UE4Arch has released a teaser video, showcasing the classic first level of Quake 1 in Unreal Engine 4.

As UE4Arch noted, this is a fan project that it is working in its free time, and there are no commercial plans so far. Hell, we don’t even know whether the studio will release this map for free (so that everyone can enjoy it) or not.

We also don’t know whether the team will recreate other iconic maps from the first Quake in Unreal Engine 4.

Still, it’s really cool so be sure to watch the video!

Quake 1 on Unreal Engine 4

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