This “Zelda: Ocarina Of Time” Remake Features Unreal Water Physics
If you are a fan of the Legend of Zelda, you will have seen YouTuber CryZENx’s stunning remake of the Ocarina of Time. CryZENx has been working on the remake for years, and fans continue to be amazed at how beautiful this nearly 24-year-old title can look if they have the right ingredients.
The Unreal Engine is the perfect combination of all the right ingredients. Although the remake was created in Unreal Engine 4 until recently, 5 were released to the public earlier in the year. The creator finally decided to take Ocarina of Time up a notch.
Before we move on to the good stuff, take a look below at the remake running under Unreal Engine 4 to see the differences.
They wrote last month in a video description. “There are so many new features that could boost up the development. I can’t wait for it to be available.”
They have been using it since then. Their recent video shows how the remake’s water physics has been completely redesigned. It looks stunning with its incredible clarity and light reflections. The movement is also flawless. Perhaps it would make the Water Temple easier to tolerate. We don’t know. Have a look below.
CryZENx’s remake features a fully functioning co-op multiplayer mode. This is something that I hadn’t realized I needed until I saw it in action. Although the whole project, including the co-op, is still in development, you won’t be able to play the entire game. But, don’t worry, the creator doesn’t seem to be slowing down. (And at this rate, it might be completed sooner than the Breath Of The Wild sequel).