They recreate the Nintendo 64’s Goldeneye 007 in Far Cry 5 after 1,400 hours and three years of work

They recreate the Nintendo 64's Goldeneye 007 in Far Cry 5 after 1,400 hours and three years of work

Playing games within other games has become relatively common over the years. We have already seen cases like Dreams, Minecraft and yes, Far Cry. The Ubisoft saga has a map editor that, with the passage of deliveries, has become more extensive and housing more and more possibilities.

For this reason, this editor has served many fans to make their most desired creations, including the project that could be classified as the closest we could get to a remastering of the beloved Nintendo 64 classic, Goldeneye 007. A user has managed to replicate the game in Far Cry 5.

In an interview with Kotaku, a YouTuber known as Krollywood has been uncovered as the creator of this work of titanic proportions. His work has led him to create all levels of Goldeneye 007 Except for the two bonus missions, something that has not been easy. The creator claimed that the process had taken him more than 1,400 hours, three years of work in total.

After the publication of a video where he shows the summary of his work, many have been amazed with the dedicated project that he has managed to carry out. Its creator highlighted that he had used the Far Cry editor due to its accessibility, ease of use and the amount of elements it contains.

Of course, you can step on those levels of the mythical game yourself. In a post in Reddit, Krollywood commented that Anyone can find the created levels if they have Far Cry 5. All you have to do is go into arcade mode and look up the PSN username for “Perfect-Dark1982”.

And from Far Cry we have to talk. With a new installment already looming, Ubisoft has commented that Far Cry 6 will alternate between first and third person to reinforce our connection to the protagonist Dani Rojas.

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