CryZENx fan continues to refine his version of the remake The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Previously, he released a build based on the Unreal Engine 4 engine, and now he’s ported the game over to Unreal Engine 5. And it’s already available for download, although not for everyone.
The game’s demo is only available to Patreon subscribers, but it is possible that the game will be released to the general public in the future. The author notes that Unreal Engine 5 supports many new features and capabilities. For example, there is native support for NVIDIA DLSS anti-aliasing, which gives a significant performance improvement.
This fan-made remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been in development for over 6 years. And it has support for co-op, which was not in the original game. Xbox is officially launched in Ukraine
Source: VG Times