Watch The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time running on Unreal Engine 5 at 8K resolution

Well-known CryZENx project migrated from UE4 to UE5

Since Unreal Engine 5 was released, many independent developers have shown what they are capable of with Epic Games’ new graphics engine. The channel Digital Dreams gave us a sample of water physics and effects done with UE5 and running in 8K in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Link looks kind of lost there on the beach, but then a snippet of Temple of Time, with lots of reflections, is also shown.

It’s the developer’s job CryZENx, who is already well known for his work on remaking The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. At the beginning of last month, “Cry” had announced in his Patreon which was taking the entire project from UE4 to UE5. On his page, he has made some demos available, but only to paying customers.

CryZENx says he finally “ported” the Ocarina of Time project to UE5 and has no regrets. “It has so many new features that can give development a boost. I can’t wait to take advantage of it.” account the developer. According to him, all global lighting effects and reflections were made through the LumenUnreal Engine 5 lighting feature.

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“The project also supports DLSS from NVIDIA. For people who have an RTX (graphics card), you can take advantage of this and get a 20% performance boost using DLSS from quality to ultra performance without any loss of quality” , adds.

Project spent years being developed in UE4

CryZENx’s Zelda: Ocarina of Time project already has many different scenarios from the game remade and even cutscenes. Last month, the developer published a video showing a coop mode. The project has been under development for at least six years.

His channel also features reimaginings of other classic Nintendo 64 titles such as Super Mario 64 and Diddy Kong Racing made in Unreal Engine 4. The link tech demo on the beach is just a sample of what CryZENx can do with water in its Ocarina of Time now in UE5.

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