Residence of Evil has shared a video, showcasing a fan remake of Resident Evil 4 in Unreal Engine 4. Santiago Ibarra, environment artist at VOID Interactive, has recreated the game’s village, graveyard and church environments in UE4.
According to Residence of Evil, Ibarra plans to add a third-person perspective and Leon Kennedy in a future build. Moreover, the artist plans to recreate some other environments too from this classic Resident Evil game.
Since an official remake of Resident Evil 4 is currently in development, I’m pretty sure that the artist won’t be able to complete his project. Still, it’s a cool fan remake that deserves your attention.
Speaking of Resident Evil 4, the team behind the HD Project has issued a new update for it. According to its progress summary, the project is nearing its complete state. As such, we may see the full final version of it later this year.
Enjoy the following videos and stay tuned for more!
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