Fans Make Pokémon First-Person Shooter Using Unreal Engine

Nintendo has tried a lot of unconventional ways to spice up the Pokémon franchise. A recent example of this is Pokémon Legend: Arceus, an upcoming action role-playing game set in the open world. But one fan took it a step further and created their own custom-made Pokémon game, where trainers deftly take on wild Pokémon.

In one The clip was shared on the Unreal Engine subreddit On January 17th, a Youtuber named Dragon introduced their latest creation: the first-person shooter Pokémon.

The developer has been working on the game for the past month and has documented the entire process in one videotapes. As you might expect, it’s not a simple task. Everything is detailed in the video, from the initial ideas of the developer to the final execution of the game.

The game includes an arsenal of weapons and many different species of Pokémon. Featured in the video are action-packed boss battles with Pokémon like Zapdos, Articuno, and Mewtwo.

Apparently, it’s not an officially licensed Nintendo game and won’t be distributed anytime soon. But it still works as a fun avatar of Pokémon and the popular FPS genre.

While fans won’t be seeing the game in stores any time soon, Nintendo is gearing up for a release Legend: Arceus—One of the most unique entries in Pokémon franchise — later this month. Upcoming game slated to launch on January 28 Fans Make Pokémon First-Person Shooter Using Unreal Engine


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