WATCH: Incredible Fan-Made Remake Of ‘GoldenEye 007’ On ‘Far Cry 5’ That Took 1,400 Hours To Create

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You can’t play the classic GoldenEye 007 video game on a current-generation gaming console with state-of-the-art graphics. So one ambitious GoldenEye 007 fan modernized the old school first-person shooter in an incredible remake on Far Cry 5.

GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64 was released on August 25, 1997, when video games didn’t have the most realistic graphics. YouTube user Krollywood spent more than 1,400 hours over the course of three years recreating the N64 video game based on the 1995 James Bond movie, according to Kotaku. Krollywood utilized Far Cry 5‘s level editor from 2018 to give a major update to GoldenEye 007 on PlayStation 4.

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All of your favorite levels, such as “Facility,” “Frigate,” “Surface 1,” and “Caverns,” are wonderfully upgraded in this fantastic remake. Every level from GoldenEye 007 has been recreated except for two bonus stages by using Far Cry 5‘s Dunia engine. Get your slappers ready.

Krollywood uploaded an 8-minute video of GoldenEye 007 on the newer platform to YouTube.

“An overview of all levels of the campaign,” Krollywood said. “A few scenes from each level of my Fan-Remake, made with FarCry 5 on PS4.”

The classic FPS looks tremendous on a newer platform and in HD. There really needs to be a new version of the old school video game available for gamers in 2021.

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