Resident Evil Fan Remake in Unreal Engine 5 with fixed camera angles


RE Biohazard has shared a video, showcasing a fan remake of the first Resident Evil game they worked on in Unreal Engine 5. This fan remake stays true to the concept of the original classic game, so be sure to watch the video.

For those wondering, the team behind this fan remake is also working on an over-the-shoulder remake of Resident Evil.. This is a completely different project than the one we shared in January 2022.

This remake of the Resident Evil Classic Edition will play the same as the original 32-bit game. And yes, at first glance it will have tank controls.

On the other hand, in the other remake of Resident Evil 1, players will manage their inventory, and find defensive knives to quickly flee a zombie about to bite them. In addition, they will be able to use their flashlight whenever they want. The game will also have a dodging mechanic and a fair amount of weapons to choose from. As for

Finally, and speaking of Resident Evil fan projects, there’s a classic Resident Evil Remake in Unity with a first-person mode you can download.


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