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Someone is working on a Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Remaster in Unreal Engine 5

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is an action-adventure game that came out in 2002. And from the looks of it, YouTube’s ‘FakeFace’ is currently working on a fan remaster of it in Unreal Engine 5.

This remaster uses the assets from the original game. Thus, you should not expect better 3D models. However, FakeFace has improved the animations, and has implemented a number of new effects. For instance, there is now a new weather system.

Do note that this remaster is in an early development stage. Right now, it only has one map and features some basic gameplay mechanics. Still, this is better than most Unreal Engine 4/5 projects we’ve featured (which were just maps/environments creations). Therefore, I believe FakeFace deserves some extra exposure for this work.

Now I don’t really know whether he will be able to finish this remaster. This is obviously a huge project for a single person. Still, I hope he will further polish it, add some more gameplay mechanics, and release a demo of it.

Speaking of Unreal Engine 5, there is an awesome Unreal Engine 5 Superman Fan Tech Demo that you must watch. There is also a video showing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in Unreal Engine 5, as well as The Sims 5. Additionally, there is a cool Dragon Age: Inquisition fan remake. Let’s also not forget the Star Wars KOTOR and Counter-Strike Global Offensive fan remakes. And lastly, there is Zelda Ocarina of Time RemasterThe Simpsons: Hit and Run Remake, a Warcraft 3 Remaster and a Crysis-inspired map.

Enjoy!

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