The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Unreal Engine 4 fan remake looks stunning in these latest videos

CryZENx released new videos from his fan remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time in Unreal Engine 4. These new videos show the hyrule fields, as well as a New Main Menu. Moreover, CryZENx has added a new model for Saria, Gohma death and the Deku Tree death sequence.

Furthermore, the modder has added some new small details to Link, and has fixed a number of bugs. Naturally, the visuals also got a noticeable boost – compared to the previous versions – and everything looks better than ever.

Unfortunately, and contrary to most of his previous maps, this 2019 version of the Zelda Ocarina of Time remake in Unreal Engine 4 is not available for download. As such, PC gamers cannot experience this enhanced/improved version of the classic N64 game on their PC systems.

Still, we have to congratulate CryZENx for keep working on this fan remake. What’s really great here is that Nintendo has not attempted to shut down this project. It’s worth noting that the modder has been working on this project for a long time. As such, I’m pretty sure that, by now, Nintendo is full aware of it.

But anyway, we’ll make sure to inform you when – and if – this new 2019 version will be made available for download. Until then, enjoy the following videos!

Unreal Engine 4 [4.22] Zelda Ocarina Of Time #Update1 2019

Unreal Engine 4 [4.22] Zelda Ocarina Of Time #Update2 2019

Unreal Engine 4 [4.22] Zelda Ocarina Of Time #Update3 2019

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