Game news Silent Hill: Fans sublimate the game under Unreal Engine 5
Fan-remakes have been in fashion since the launch of the new Unreal Engine 5 graphics engine. And many fans are precisely getting their hands on them to try to sublimate the cult games of the video game world with here, Silent Hill, the first of the name.
A la mode Unreal Engine 5
Unreal Engine 5 is the latest graphics engine designed for the next generation and launched by Epic Games. It embeds a technology called Lumen, a dynamic lighting tool that allows natural light to be integrated into the game. Available to all developers, professionals or amateurs, everyone has their own imagination. to recreate games and offer technical demos in the image of The Matrix Awakens developed by Epic Games.
Some fans even make it their playground and offer us stunning results.starting with a reproduction of the game The Simpsons: Hit & Run created in just one week. Others have challenged themselves to perpetuate the legend of Zelda through remakes under Unreal Engine 5 ofOcarina of Timethen The Wind Waker very recently. At the beginning of the month, it was also the turn of silent Hill to be picked up by TeaserPlay with a compelling video in which we find the environment of the first opus in the smallest details sublimated.
Still more Silent Hill
Today, Silent Hill is once again the talk of the town and it’s the turn of the Codeless Games team to deliver a ten-minute gameplay video under Unreal Engine 5 and set in a building well known to our protagonist Harry Mason: Midwich Primary School.
As you can see in the images above, the distressing atmosphere is rather well rendered with the traces of blood, the echoing footsteps or the flickering lights.
Let us recall in passing that Silent Hill is a survival horror released on PlayStation 1 in 1999 in which you play as Harry Mason, a young man in search of Cheryl, his daughter who disappeared after an accident.
Also note that Codeless Games is an amateur studio currently working on a fan-remake of Silent Hill under Unreal Engine 5. So why not hope that the project results in a playable version to revive a cult survival-horror game after the cancellation of the project carried by Hideo Kojima.