Right now Resident Evil Village is actually the hot topic. But today there is something interesting about Resident Evil 4. Since April of last year there have been rumors about a potential remake of Resident Evil 4. This month we learned that it will have to be heavily revised and is therefore still a long time coming. However, while we are waiting for more detailed information, the YouTuber Mojo Swoptops a feast for the eyes with the recreation of the village from Resident Evil 4 in the map editor of Far Cry 5. This was certainly not an easy project, which is why Mojo needed about four hours to complete the village.

The video is quite fascinating to watch. Mojo starts on an empty lot and places numerous trees at the beginning. This is followed by some huts, a bell tower and the campfire in the middle of the village. Mojo also pays attention to the small details and places bushes, plants and carts. Finally, he changed some weather effects and color filters so that it looks like it was taken directly from a pimped up Resident Evil 4.

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Mojo Swoptops is an artist from the video game industry and posts iconic locations in the Far Cry 5 map editor on YouTube (buy now € 17.99 /€ 53.99 ) after. His channel currently has a little over 2,000 subscribers. He also runs one Instagram accounton which he shares numerous pictures from past projects.

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