Unreal Engine 5 shows what a Bully remake could look like

Unreal Engine 5 shows what a Bully remake could look like

For a long time we had to get more concrete information grand theft auto 6 wait and one fan was even so impatient that he confronted the star presenter Elton live on television. Unfortunately, Elton couldn’t help him either, but he has Jason Schreier by Bloomberg a few days ago with a whole barrage of hot information.

According to them GTA 6 set in a fictional version of Miami and bring a duo of protagonists inspired by the criminals Bonnie and Clyde. This is in contrast to the one allegedly in the works Remake of Bully still looking pretty grim — even if insider Tom Henderson insists that Rockstar has something in the works for the school adventure.

This is where we would have liked to go to school: Bully in Unreal Engine 5

So while Bully fans continue to hold on to Henderson’s words, they can now dream into the hopefully to come future with a YouTube video. Of the Channel TeaserPlay namely has a good two-minute Unreal Engine 5 Showcase uploaded by the Bullworth Academy shows itself from its most beautiful side. Unfortunately, the project is not playable, it is purely a graphic presentation.

As the video description reveals, the way there seems to have been paved with work: “In this video we imagine a Bully remake, a great nostalgic game that we need now in next gen graphics! We tried to use all the power and features of Unreal Engine 5 to make this Lumen, Nanite, Ray Tracing and Metahuman were used to create the faces of Jimmy Hopkins and Dr. Crabblesnitch.”

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Although said faces are rather the weakest part of the video and are also criticized by some comment writers, the rest of the Bully Remake Showcase really let it be seen: Sun-drenched school corridors, gothic graffiti corridors and the schoolyard, a constant scene of quarrels, shine in phenomenal graphics thanks to the Unreal Engine 5 and let fans get involved again official remake to hope.

More dream projects thanks to Unreal Engine 5 magic

Aside from Bully, fans and hobby developers with the Unreal Engine 5 have already had all sorts of unofficial remakes and graphic bombs tinkered that polish our favorite video games to a high gloss: Recently there was a true flash of nostalgia in this regard with the fan remake of the MMORPG RuneScape.