Toy Story 2 in Unreal Engine 5

Someone has spent 200 hours to remake the 1999 Toy Story 2 game in Unreal Engine 5

In 1999, Activision made Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue for PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and PC. And now, after spending around 200 hours of work, Zachary McPhink remade this game in Unreal Engine 5.

This fan project features some environments from the game, as well as some basic gameplay mechanics. For instance, Buzz can jump, swing and push objects. There are also some platforming elements. So, this is more than your typical UE5 fan map remake.

Now as you will see, this fan remake is still a WIP. There are still some visual issues, as well as some unpolished elements. Some animations also need a bit more love. My guess is that the artist will improve all of them in future versions of it. Or at least that’s what I got from the video’s description.

Sadly, though, there is no download link for this fan remake. And, from what I know, Zachary doesn’t have any plans – at least for now – to release it to the public. After all, this appears to be a project made for portfolio purposes. Still, the artist will share a dev log on April 10th with his progress.

Speaking of Unreal Engine 5, you should also check out the following fan projects. For instance, you can find some faithful remasters of Dark Souls and Dark Souls 3, which are super cool. Then there’s this fantastic fan remake of STALKER that’s worth a look. Oh, and don’t miss the Grand Theft Auto 6 fan concept in UE5; it’s pretty impressive. Earlier this month, we also shared fan remakes of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and GTA 3, as well as an Uncharted fan game. We also have a fan remaster of Unreal Gold in UE5. You should also watch the full-on remake video for Final Fantasy 9.

Need for Speed Carbon and Tony Hawk’s Underground have also received some cool remakes. And if that’s not enough, there are fan remakes for Death StrandingFallout 4The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s SolitudeGrand Theft Auto 4Need for Speed: Most WantedFallout 4Resident Evil 1Skyrim’s Winterhold and Silent Hill 3’s Lakeside Amusement Park. There is also this Studio Ghibli stylized teaser for Zelda: Ocarina of Time in Unreal Engine 5. So, lots of UE5 fan remakes, right? Well, since they’re all really cool, we suggest giving them a watch.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Toy Story 2 Remake in Unreal Engine 5 development trailer