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Are you a little indifferent to the Nintendo 64 game video remade by Unreal Engine? Do you think their eyes should be higher? Maybe you will finally be happy, because the BBC just revealed that not only their gorgeous Tokyo studio, they are using their Olympic coverage, Not actually in Tokyo -It was made entirely in Epic Games’ Unreal Engine.
The two hosts Dan Walker and Sam Quek recently hosted a behind-the-scenes tour about their elaborate studio lies. Facts have proved that due to the pandemic, the BBC did not actually send their talents to Tokyo, but preferred to keep them in the Salford office and create a lovely and completely false Japanese urban background on a green screen.
Admittedly, this is Very touching. As long as Walker and Gok don’t move too much—because they get caught in things—or wear green and white clothes, the fantasy is complete. The balance above the Zen garden is unstable. They can even change the time of day!
Walker introduced the idea of making a studio in Unreal Engine. He said: “Now, if you are a gamer, you might think it looks a bit familiar”, which makes us a little confused. Although Unreal Engine’s remakes of old games can usually be identified by their weird and realistic lighting of cartoon characters, we cannot say that the background of Tokyo reminds us of anything.
“The scene was rendered in the same engine that generated Fortnite,” Walker continued. That’s right. This explains the giant banana man on the horizon.
Banana man put aside, yes Very What’s impressive is that real-time rendering allows moving cameras and instant adjustment of the viewing angle, as well as a virtual mask that can hide the staff.
We just hope that we can have a fortress construction competition in the next Olympic Games. Or, at least, a cameo from Ariana Grande.
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Ronald is a blogger who is always fascinated with the games and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around his with that same knowledge, through his writings.