Zelda: Ocarina Of Time’s Kokiri Forest Recreated In The Unreal Engine 4 Is Stunning (VIDEO)

Recreation of classic games aren’t expected from original developers, not when there are so many original ideas and sequels ready to be made. Although it isn’t uncommon to see some recreation of old IPs from fans, this guy takes it to a whole new level by using the Unreal Engine 4 to bring The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time to life. YouTuber CryZENx completely overhauled the game’s graphics, mechanics, and cut scenes, polishing with a skillful hand to bring this classic to modernity. Seen in the video below, the Kokiri Forest can be witnessed in all its high definition glory of the UE4, where CryZENx wanders the lush green environment so beloved on the Nintendo 64 and GameCube.

There’s that not-so-odd satisfaction that comes with an immersive pot-throwing experience. In the recreated Kokiri Forest, players can also throw any reasonable object their heart desires, collect rupees, visit shops, and more. Eventually, all of the tasks will lead to an encounter with the Deku Tree. To download CryZENx’s work on the Kokiri Forest, get the feel for it and check out the download link here.

Though this is impressive in its own right, it is just one of many recreations done by CryZENx. In fact, his work includes such tasks as The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, recreating various game characters and icons on the UE4 like Crash Bandicoot, Star Fox, and more. Granted, these aren’t reworks of entire titles, instead often they are just pieces of a game.

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