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And YouTube user Daniel L who has been remaking locations found in Blizzard's World of Warcraft for a few years now. In a new compilation video of the work we get to see Unreal Engine 4 powered looks at Duskwood, Westfall, Durotar, and more.

And the results are probably a bit of a mixed bag - as the cartoon or animated art-style Blizzard has honed over the years seems to have mostly been lost in the shift towards high tech detail. That said, it's an interesting take on locations players have spent countless hours in - and the video hits that spot of feeling both familiar and strange at the same time.

Some of the lighting and extra detail in stuff like trees does look wonderful and makes you wonder if a full visual overhaul might be coming to some parts of the game in the future. Something we've seen bits and pieces of in the past alongside character reworks and updates as PC hardware has improved over the past decade.

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Posted 05:01pm 16/7/19
Wow. Looks great. Thanks for posting.
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