A fan of the Netflix Squid Game series brought the series (virtually) to life using the Unreal engine, used to create titles like Fortnite, and perfected the famous “Red Light, Green Light” challenge.
If you haven’t watched Squid Game and intend to, then you should probably stop reading. But if you’ve watched the hit series or don’t mind spoilers, then this article should be for you.
Using Epic Games’ Unreal engine, director saas recreated the first game, “Red Light, Green Light,” with surprising precision. He showed off his work in a video on Reddit and the members of the reddit were very impressed.
Squid Games reproduced in the Unreal Engine of Fortnite
As you can see in the clip, the only thing missing is the Squid Game uniform. Otherwise, everything else is just about perfect, from the environment and the doll to the song and the bloodshed.
Commentators were shocked at the accuracy of the recreation. Indeed, users have given compliments like “Amazing,“ fantastic ”and“ so awesome ”. Many even urging the videographer to extend and multiply his creations.
Of course, this isn’t the first virtual recreation of Netflix’s Korean series. And it is unlikely to be the last. But, unlike the people who challenge Overwatch and Call of Duty: Warzone, this one is fully personalized from the start. And this through the flexibility of the Unreal Engine.
If you want the full experience, Saas is probably the closest you can get. (Especially if he listens to the reactions and reproduces it in VR).