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Handsome! Recreate Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 4K using Unreal Engine 5 | Levelup

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One of the best games created in the entire history of the industry is without a doubt The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. 23 years have passed since its original release and fans have asked for a remake that takes advantage of current technologies. However, Nintendo has not listened to them and it was reason enough for a fan to decide to create a sample of what it would look like in 4K.

They show Zelda: Ocarina of Time as you always wanted to see it

If you ever wondered what Link’s adventure on the Nintendo 64 would look like in 4K and using Unreal Engine 5, then a fan of The Legend of Zelda wants to show you and the answer is a few lines away.

Said user is Rwanlink, who got down to work and was in charge of this project that will give fans of the franchise an idea of ​​what a possible remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on a next-generation console.

Here you can see it:

“As a fan who grew up with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, I always wanted to see what this game would look like with current technologies such as 4K resolution and DLSS, but also with the new features of Unreal Engine 5, such as Real-time Global Illumination Lumen and powerful Nanite, which allows me to work with assets of cinema quality ”, says the talented user in the description of the video.

The material shows us an impressive Kakariko Village, where Link (in his adult version) and Navi walk through the streets and show us every corner of the area with a large number of details, an aspect achieved thanks to its resolution in 4K and with DLSS All of this leveraging the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5, Epic Games’ latest graphics engine.

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It is worth mentioning that the project does not intend to become a complete game, so it is only oriented to serve as a setting that will allow the creation of some animated shorts inspired by the Nintendo saga.

What did you think of the fan job? Tell us in the comments.

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