Here’s what ‘Silent Hill’ would look like in Unreal Engine

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Silent Hill rendered in Unreal engine

Screengrab via James Brady/YouTube

As if you needed anything else to make this part of the game more horrifying.

What do you think of the idea of a fully immersive trip to Silent Hill: Can’t wait to go, or worst idea ever?

If you’re a member of the latter camp (and, around here, many of us are), you’ll be thrilled to see that someone else thought of the same idea, which is why this trailer of what it looks like to visit Midwich Elementary School from the first Silent Hill is a real thing.

It was created by 3D artist James Brady from the Creative Assembly, who worked on Total War:Warhammer. As you may be able to tell, he used Unreal Engine 4. If you’d like to try it out for yourself, it’s free to download.

Of course, there’s no shortage of thrilling Unreal Engine remakes out there. You may as well ogle a few more while you’re here.

Ghosts’n Goblins

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Super Mario

Metal Gear Solid

Doom 2

And if the Unreal remake that you’d be most excited to see isn’t in here, you may as well make it yourself. Reddit can help with that. 

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