MediEvil Recreated With Unreal Engine 4

MediEvil Recreated With Unreal Engine 4

Guillermo Moreno used Unreal Engine 4 to make a little level featuring the protagonist of the MediEvil series.

Guillermo Moreno used Unreal Engine 4 to make a little level featuring the protagonist of the MediEvil series.

There was a lot of buzz recently about a leaked PS4 demo of a MediEvil remake. As it turned out the game was just another example of Unreal Engine 4 scene creation. A environmental artist Guillermo Moreno from Spain used the engine to make a little level from the game. This way the fans want to draw Sony’s attention to the franchise.

The original level was featured in a couple of screenshots, featuring Sir Daniel Fortesque, the protagonist of MediEvil. There were also a couple of short videos, showing the level.

Sir Daniel Fortesque – the protagonist of MediEvil © www.faro-studio.es/willms, 2015

To create the small snippet of the game Guillermo used solely Unreal Engine 4. The artist also shared a lot of other assets from the level on Twitter.

Guillermo Moreno is a very talented artist. He worked on a number of projects and also created a remake of a level from Grim Fandango. You can check out his portfolio over here. He is also selling a lot of cool assets for all you game developers.

We’ve contacted Guillermo and hope to bring you more coverage about his work soon.

Last year Sir Daniel Fortesque was recreated in a special Skyrim mod.

Source: gearnuke.comwccftech.comfaro-studio.es/willms

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