Since the release of Cyberpunk 2077fans have mixed feelings about the game, which was released in a buggy state after having been delayed several times. While many gamers still love Cyberpunk 2077, some fans have taken it upon themselves to improve on the somewhat controversial title.
In a recent tech demoYouTuber and developer Enfant Terrible have created a reel featuring assets from a host of artists to create a vision of Night City using Unreal Engine 5. They include:
According to the video’s caption, the artists used tools like Epic Marketplace’s environment megapacks, Epic’s MetaHumans Creator, VFX, and Zbrush to create an incredibly realistic world with graphics that rival Cyberpunk 2077. original.
.@SaherTarek_Art featured a cool cyberpunk scene made with Unreal Engine 5 and UE Marketplace, CG Trader and assets from KitBash3D: https://t.co/UmkfaZmn8a#unrealengine #unrealengine5 #UE5 #cyberpunk #Game development #indiedev #3dart #cyberpunk2077 #rendering pic.twitter.com/bttrwzXx4m
— 80 LEVEL (@80Level) May 16, 2022
According to the video’s caption, the assets used tools like Epic Marketplace’s environment megapacks, Epic’s MetaHumans Creator, VFX, and Zbrush to create an incredibly realistic world with graphics that rival Cyberpunk 2077. original.
Although this stunning reimagining is only a fan-made demo and will unfortunately never see an official release, CD Projekt Red recently announced his move to Unreal Engine 5 for its upcoming title The Witcher 4. If the studio’s work with Unreal goes well, perhaps it will part ways with REDengine 4, which was used for Cyberpunk 2077, making way for other projects that might look alike to the beautiful demo of Enfant Terrible.
Despite the bug-ridden gameplay of the original Cyberpunk 2077, we gave it a 9, praising its “beautiful cityscape” setting and impressive amount of player freedom. The game recently received a next-gen upgrade and is due for an expansion at some point in 2023.
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Correction: The original version of this article incorrectly attributed the elements used in the video to Enfant Terrible. It has been updated to properly credit the artists involved.
Amelia Zollner is a freelance writer at IGN. Find them on Twitter: @ameliazollner.