Alden Ring is an incredibly eye-catching work that makes good use of modern hardware. However, what if the game's designers were limited to the technologies of the 90's? This is an interesting question behind the concept of demake; When a developer redesigns games as if they were designed for an old platform. The game has been released. This is actually a trailer of a version of the game that will never be released, and its description states that this work will come on 8 discs and will run at a frame rate of 5. This trailer is actually a remake of sequences from several official Alden Ring trailers that show both the cinematic parts and the gameplay. For example, there are several scenes that show the breaking of the Alden ring, and on the other hand, we see fights and riding in the beautiful and big world of the game. All of these sections have been remade with the same graphics as the PlayStation 1 games.
Such as Resident Evil Village and Death Stranding. Of course, it is worth mentioning that the reconstruction of Alden Ring was not done alone, and this designer has collaborated with other people who can be seen in the video captions with the letters mikeroegames and felteuks. The developers have done similar projects so far, including the experimental remake of another masterpiece from Framework called Bloodborne PSX. It's fascinating to see how artists pay homage to games by recreating them through visual effects of the past.
The current generation of technology has given developers more leeway, creating bigger and more fascinating worlds than ever before. However, it is remarkable to see the simple graphics of the past, when our imagination had to push itself a little harder. However, as you know, Alden Ring is set in a big world and its gameplay is composed of different elements, and although the released video certainly depicts the atmosphere of classic games, but the details are such that the PlayStation 1 console Will never be able to execute it. Alden Ring is currently available on eighth and ninth generation Xbox consoles, PlayStation and PC. You can see the published images and trailer below.