Silent Hill 4 The Room Unreal Engine 5

Silent Hill 4: The Room looks incredible in Unreal Engine 5

YouTube’s ‘Maxim Dorokhov’ has shared two amazing videos, showcasing his remake of Silent Hill 4: The Room in Unreal Engine 5. This project looks absolutely incredible, with a spectacular level of detail. So, be sure to watch the videos after the jump.

To be more precise, the artist has only recreated Henry Townshend’s apartment. Therefore, don’t expect a full-fledged remake. That wasn’t the purpose of this project. Still, this is one of the best apartments we’ve seen in Unreal Engine 5.

Sadly, the artist did not reveal the PC system he used in order to run this demo. I’m saying this because the first video has a low framerate. So, I’d really love to know what PC was used as this may give us a hint at when – and if – we can get this kind of graphics in future PC games.

From what I know, there are no plans to release this playable demo to the public. So, unfortunately, you won’t be able to download it and run it on your PC. It sucks but hey, it is what it is.

Since Bloober Team will be using Unreal Engine 5 for the Silent Hill 2 Remake, I wonder whether they will be able to achieve this kind of visuals. Because if they do, Silent Hill 2 Remake will be one of the best-looking games on PC.

If you’re into Unreal Engine 5, you’ve got to check out these other awesome fan video remakes. Here are some faithful remasters of Dark Souls and Dark Souls 3, which are super cool. Then there’s this fantastic fan remake of STALKER that’s worth a look. Oh, and don’t miss the Grand Theft Auto 6 fan concept in UE5; it’s pretty impressive. We also have a fan remaster of Unreal Gold in UE5. You should also watch the full-on remake video for Final Fantasy 9.

Need for Speed Most WantedNeed for Speed Carbon and Tony Hawk’s Underground have also received some cool remakes. And if that’s not enough, there are fan remakes for Death StrandingFallout 4The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s SolitudeGrand Theft Auto 4Fallout 4Resident Evil 1Skyrim’s Winterhold and Skyrim’s Whiterun. There is also this Studio Ghibli stylized teaser for Zelda: Ocarina of Time in Unreal Engine 5. So, lots of UE5 fan remakes, right? Well, since they’re all really cool, we suggest giving them a watch.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Silent Hill 4: The Room UE5 Remake

Silent Hill 4: The Room UE5 Remake