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OG God Of War gets jaw-dropping Unreal Engine 5 remake

Angharad Redden

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OG God Of War gets jaw-dropping Unreal Engine 5 remake

Featured Image Credit: Santa Monica Studio

It has been almost twenty-years since the first ever God of War game was released and despite a recent remake, fans are still calling out for a remake of the originals. Luckily one creator has us covered with a jaw-dropping Unreal Engine 5 trailer.

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God of War was first released way back in 2005 and the action-adventure hack and slash game was met with critical acclaim. Praised for its graphics, sound, story and gameplay, it is no wonder it went on to receive a whole trilogy before getting a full remaster with God of War and God of War Ragnarök in 2018 and 2022 respectively.

Check out the recent God of War Ragnarök: Valhalla trailer below!

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However, with Santa Monica Studio seemingly having no plans to remaster the original trilogy, it is up to fans to show us what it could be like courtesy of Unreal Engine 5.

Youtuber TeaserPlay has done just that, creating an insane showcase showing off 2005’s God of War in the modern engine. “In this video we are going to imagine a God of War remake, a great nostalgic game that we need now in next gen graphics,” the creator writes. “We tried to use all the power and features of Unreal Engine 5 to recreate this, such as Lumen, Nanite, Ray Tracing and Metahuman to create Kratos’ and Zeus’ face.”

The trailer itself features just over two-minutes of footage taken from the original game but with a modern twist as we see a young Kratos meet the king of the Gods himself, Zeus. Taking place in Ancient Greece, we see a world filled with history and mythology as our warrior spartan travels the land, battles enemies and visits the temples of the Gods.

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As you can expect, the comment section is full to the brim with praise with many fans expressing their eagerness for an official remake. Let us just hope that Santa Monica Studio has it in the pipeline.


Topics: God Of War, Santa Monica Studio, Mods, PC

Angharad Redden
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