First launched in 1998, _ the legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time_ has won the reputation of being one of the best games ever created. Since then, the beloved Nintendo 64 game has appeared on several different platforms, and a 3DS version launched in 2011 gave the game some minor graphic improvements. However, Coina del Tiempo is obtaining much greater improvements thanks to the efforts of YouTuber Cryzenx. Cryzenx is currently working on a new version of the game using Unreal Engine along with other Zelda fans. It looks like an important company, and looks pretty good so far!

A video of the new version of the fan can be found in embedded below.

In the video, we can see family characters and elements of the original game, but with improvements such as dynamic fog and water. While the video shows a series of recreations of the original N64, it also shows some things that were not present in that game, including cooperative mode for four players. Cryzenx has even added Kingdom Hearts to Sora as a playable character! Until now, the project has only partially completed, but it is playable for those interested in seeing what the team has achieved.

⭐[4K] Zelda Ocarina of Time Next Gen #1: Kakariko Village - Unreal Engine 5
It is very interesting to see the impact. Coin of time still have after all these years! The game marked a massive change for the Zelda franchise, moving it from the 2D to 3D kingdom. While many Zelda fans prefer tickets as more than Majora_ or aliento of the wild none of those games would have been possible without time of time_ being made first. It will be interesting to see if Nintendo ever decides to launch a new official version of Coina del Tiempo Beyond the ports that have been seen so far. Until then, Zelda fans will have to settle for fans, or the original game, which is currently available as part of the Nintendo Switch online expansion package.

What do you think of this fan remake of Zelda’s legend: Ocarina of Time_? Are you a fan of the original Nintendo 64 game? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @marcdachamp to talk about everything related to games!