It took Krollywood over two and a half years to finish.

Though I have never used it myself, I have heard that the level editor for Far Cry 5 allows for some rather detailed creations. And while 1997's GoldenEye probably isn't the most detailed of games by today's standards, it's still mighty damn impressive that someone took the time to faithfully recreate the game's 18 maps, minus the two bonus levels.

YouTube creator "Krollywood" spent the better part of the past two and a half years remaking all 18 levels from GoldenEye. According to Kotaku, the entire process has taken Krollywood about 1,400 hours. They used the PlayStation 4 version of Far Cry 5 to achieve this fairly monumental undertaking.

Krollywood says that you are able to find these levels within Far Cry 5's arcade mode by looking up the PSN username "Perfect-Dark1982." A quick comparison of Krollywood's work can be seen in the trailer below or on their YouTube channel.

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