World of Warcraft’s Been Recreated In Unreal Engine 4 And WOW!

When it comes to revamping classic titles you can’t get much better than an Unreal Engine 4 makeover, and Blizzard’s classic World of Warcraft is one of the latest titles to get the 2019 treatment from an incredibly skilled player.

A YouTuber by the name of Daniel L has lovingly and painstakingly reworked the much-loved world of Azeroth to give us a look at what the game could have looked like with a totally different skin.

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In the video below you can check out the various parts of the world in stunning detail [via PCGamer].

Timestamps (from Daniel L’s video description) are as follows: “Grizzly Hills: 00:00 Elwynn Forest: 2:42 Duskwood: 4:52 Westfall: 7:35 Durotar: 10:46.”

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Now this is a recreation to truly make you say WOW! (Sorry).

Daniel L is something of an expert when it comes to creation Unreal Engine 4 versions of WoW, as it’s been something of a project for the gamer since way back in 2015.

The video above compiles all of Daniel L’s work since then.

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Speaking of 2019 revamps, it’s not just World of Warcraft that’s gotten a lot of love from its fans.

The world recently got to see what Minecraft might look like if it had ray tracing and texture packs.

YouTuber BasildoomHD worked hard to make the classic pixel game look a lot more like a next-generation title, with some seriously impressive results.

Check out the video below!

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In the video description, BasildoomHD writes: “Minecraft Sonic Ether’s ray tracing shaders make the game look like real life. Hands down the best shaders ever for Minecraft. Who knew Minecraft could look next gen in 2019?!”

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Are there any other classic video games you’d like to see get a fan rework to bring them into the high-quality era we’re in right now?

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