CryZENx has released a new video from Zelda: Ocarina of Time Remake, which it is developing. Developed using Unreal Engine 5, the water effects of this fan-made remake look truly incredible.
He used Krystian Komisarek;s Fluid Flux plugin, and the result was parts of the water that looked even better than most big-budget games.
Last year, the Zelda Reverse Engineering Team managed to decompile Ocarina of Time’s code. After that, a large number of PC ports emerged, and since these ports require the original elements of the game to work, they do not have a legal problem. The two PC ports I tried were pretty good, but the version of CryZENx is a completely different size.
Zelda: This UE5 version of Ocarina of Time is currently only available to Patreon donors. But if you wish, you can download the Unreal Engine 4 version of CryZENx from the Discord server for free.