An Old-School Racing Game Recreated in UE5

The game is being developed by Alessandro Schiassi.

Here's a cool project that will likely make you shed a single nostalgia tear if you grew up in the 90s. Solo Game Developer Alessandro Schiassi has revealed some new gameplay footage from Over Jump, an upcoming recreation of a 1994 racing game Sega Rally Championship. The game is being recreated using Unreal Engine 5 and its Lumen and Nanite tools.

Regarding the demonstration video itself, it was captured at 40 to 50 FPS with i9-9900k and RTX 3090, which is good, according to the developer, considering how fast the car goes and how demanding Lumen is. The author also added it will be possible to get the same frame rate at weaker GPUs by reducing the resolution and having settings in medium or high.

"The shadow pop-ins are due to the LODs of the trees, but with the next version of UE5, we should have Nanite for trees as well so that would be fixed," commented Alessandro. "There is a Chaos Vehicles bug, when the wheels aren't touching the ground, the RPMs go down. You can notice the speed changing just after the small over a jump. I hope that gets fixed as well."

And here are some of the previous gameplay demonstrations:

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