When can we expect a playable Legend of Zelda game remade using the Unreal Engine?
YouTube user CryZENx has done it again. Legend of Zelda fans, behold the beautiful Zora’s domain remade using Unreal Engine 4. The color is eye-popping, the detail is intricate and the waterfall looks so real that you would believe that it is.
It goes without saying; this is extremely impressive and utterly beautiful. While we appreciate the videos that this talented individual keeps creating for us, this begs the question of whether a full-fledged Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time remake using the Unreal Engine would be possible or playable.
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CryZENx has already remade Death Mountain and countless other Nintendo classics using the Unreal Engine. Every video on the channel has been astonishing. I, for one, would be in awe of a full Legend of Zelda game remade using the Unreal Engine. If it is possible to make a playable version of the game using the Unreal Engine, the only real question is what are we waiting for?
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I'm no game developer, nor do I understand how these things work. I DO understand how incredibly hard this one video was to make and for that, I commend CryZENx, but if we can do more then by all means, please do more. A Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time remake using the Unreal Engine would be, in a word, "unreal."