A Youtuber demonstrates the potential appearance of a virtual reality version of the game Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

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A Youtuber utilizes the UEVR injector to experience a fan-made VR version of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

This week, I stumbled upon a fascinating video by Beardo Benjo, a popular VR Youtuber, and thought it was worth sharing with you.

Using the newly launched VR injector UEVR, Beardo Benjo transported himself to visually updated areas from Zelda: Ocarina of Time. These locations consist of Hyrule’s field, the village situated below Hyrule Castle, the Lon-Lon Ranch, the Deku Tree, and the Temple of Time. Among these, the Temple of Time stands out as the most remarkable location. All of these areas were skillfully crafted by CryZENx, the developer, utilizing Unreal Engine 5.

Beardo Benjo is enjoying the game in virtual reality (VR) with the help of UEVR. This allows him to see the game from Link’s viewpoint, providing a more realistic perception of size. In comparison to the regular game, the Deku Tree appears grander and more impressive.

Motion controls are also compatible. However, there are limited actions available due to the incomplete implementation of game mechanics. Nonetheless, it is intriguing to witness these well-known locations depicted with modern graphics and in virtual reality, and speculate on the visual possibilities of a potential remake.

Only for high-end computers

CryZENx has turned his hobby into a profession. He creates remakes of retro games and makes them available to fans via Patreon. He also makes videos on his YouTube channel showing his creations. In addition to Ocarina of Time, the developer has also modernized Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, Donkey Kong 64, and many more.

UEVR is an injector from VR modder Praydog that makes almost any game based on Unreal Engine 4 and 5 playable with a modern VR headset, including many AAA titles. It was released nearly three weeks ago.

However, more graphically demanding games require a lot of computing power, and CryZENx’s Ocarina of Time project is one of them. Beardo Benjo played the fan remake on a high-end PC with an RTX 4090, and even with that setup, the computer struggled here and there.

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