Star Wars: Racer – Recreated one of the tracks with an Unreal engine
There are a lot of old Star Wars games that we’d love to see again in a nicer design, and now, thanks to a fan with Racer, that’s partially accomplished.
- A fan has revamped a level in Star Wars: Racer
- You can also try the program
- The Mos Espa Arena seen in the film has been processed
- Only Anakin’s race teeth can be used
I well remember what a number it was in 1999 that George Lucas would make a history of Star Wars and the Ominous Shadows would soon be released. It’s another matter that some old motorcycle fans have had their stomachs lying on their stomachs, but many of us – myself included – have fallen in love with it.
I especially liked the dental race, or the pod race, so I waited bitterly for the game that processed it, the Star Wars: Episode I – Racer, which is now available on Steam and GoG, and which became a particularly successful racing program. His now worn graphics seemed beautiful at the time, and he reproduced the experience of racing perfectly. Many have been waiting for a more modern version ever since.
Well, if EA and Disney hadn’t even made that decision, a fan thought he was making at least one track with Unreal Engine 4. The 3GB program only features the Mos Espa Arena racetrack seen in the film and can only use Anakin Skywalker’s homemade teeth, but the experience is still percussive, especially if you have nostalgia.
You can download this version of Racer from Google Drive here, although be prepared that you won’t be able to succeed at first due to the high level of interest.