Halo level from Halo Combat Evolved revamped in Unreal Engine 5; It can be downloaded and played

A game developer has recreated the Halo Level for Halo Combat Evolved within Unreal Engine 5, and everyone can download and play it.

As picked by DSOGaming, game developer ArcSin Jesse has managed to recreate the game’s second campaign level within Epic’s new game engine. Despite the reduced number of multiplayer and a little bit of the dark side, this recreation packs in the enemies, Banshee fights, gameplay mechanics, and sound from the original Halo. It’s a great recreation although it should be noted that this Unreal Engine 5 version is based on the original PC version of Halo from 2003. A new campaign version of the game, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary saw the light in 2011 for the Xbox 360 and was re-released Later as part of the Master Chief Collection for Xbox One in 2014.

We’ve included a video of “ArcSin Jesse” playing his recreation below along with a video showing how he remade Halo in the new Epic engine.

Those interested in trying out Halo Combat Evolved UE5 can download and play it here.

As said, Halo Combat Evolved was released in 2001 for the original Xbox. The game was later ported to PC and Mac in 2003.

By combining the success of ‘Halo’ on Xbox with the talent of Gearbox anchored in the first-person shooter genre, guaranteeing PC gamers a single and multiplayer experience that’s “live for hours” on PC.”

Initially developed for Xbox by Bungie Studios, “Halo: Combat Evolved” is a sci-fi first-person shooter set in a mysterious alien ring world. The PC adaptation is being developed by Texas-based Gearbox Software and is based on the original game concept. Gearbox has a solid reputation for bringing triple A game franchises to multiple platforms.

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