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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:24pm 01/10/19 | 0 Comments
With a new video posted showcasing the Silo level - played on Secret Agent difficulty. Called GoldenEye 25 the Unreal Engine powered remake is targeting a 25th anniversary release for the Nintendo 64 classic in 2022. Comprising of the single-player side of the game only, progress looks to be moving pretty quick on this one. And it's Dam impressive.

Check it out.



The video comes from 3D artist and GoldenEye 25 developer Ben Colclough, and outside of the fact that seeing GoldenEye run at 60 frame-per-second is a little weird - it definitely captures the feel of the original. Still very much a work-in-progress, its good to see that the map and enemy layout is identical to the N64 original - where the harder difficulties forced players to learn all of that in order to succeed.



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