The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is one of the most important works in video game history. Its importance and influence in the industry is still evident today, a title that is the product of study and inspiration for fans and artists. YouTube user RwanLink has posted a video showing what a version would look like next gen from the myth of Nintendo 64 using the Unreal Engine 5 graphics engine, from Epic Games.
If only a few days ago we saw the first results of this Unreal Engine 5 with personalities like Keanu Reeves or in Fortnite: Battle Royale itself, which will make the leap to this new tool with surprising performance, now we can see what the Kakariko village of Ocarina of Time with truly realistic lighting.
It is not the first time we find a remake-fan of this installment of the series of Nintendo, but it is the first time we see him taking advantage of lighting techniques Lumen powered by Nanite. All this without sacrificing the original artistic style, making this recreation a respectful tribute full of details, color and fidelity.
How and where to play the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 2021
This recreation is not available for download, it is only a video as a result of the project you are working on. To officially play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 2021 we have several options. The first of these is the recent Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, where it is available with another selection of Nintendo 64 titles.
Another option is the Virtual Console from Wii U for a recommended price of 9.99 euros. Finally, we have the original physical options of both Nintendo 64 (whose cartridge has been discontinued for years; only available through second hand) and the excellent remake of Grezzo for Nintendo 3DS published ten years ago: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, which is also the only option to enjoy it in Spanish; added to other conveniences and improvements such as its renewed graphic section and other improvements in the gameplay.