YouTuber Remakes 'Subway Surfers' For PC With Stunning Visuals

Subway Surfers is one of the most downloaded mobile games of all time. However, sadly, the game didn’t get a PC version. That’s why the game developer who goes by the name ‘Fat Dino,’ created a Subway Surfers Remake, but for PC.

Fat Dino recreated the game from scratch on Unreal Engine, a free-to-use game engine developed by Epic Games.

The individual game developer and YouTuber, Fat Dino, uploaded the gameplay of ‘Subway Surfers Remake’ on his YouTube channel. In the eight-minute-long video, Dino shows exactly how he recreated the entire Subway Surfers game for PC with RTX ON.

The first part of the video shows the prototype of the game, in which Dino designs the character while also adding some movements like jumping, rolling, etc.

Dino creates four different city chunks for the game i.e, a railway station, bridge, tunnel, and an actual city street. Then, he puts the four different city parts together and adds a dynamic camera to make the gameplay look more interesting. Finally, after everything works out, Dino adds several obstacles in the game, such as garbage, trains, and even moving cars.

To be honest, after looking at the gameplay, I could say that the PC version of Subway Surfer by Fat Dino looks incredibly stunning. Also, the new obstacles, such as flying cars, makes the game even more difficult.

Generally, game developer ‘Fat Dino’ releases all the games developed by him on his official website. However, as of now, the Subway Surfers Remake isn’t available to download on the website. So, if you want to try out the game on your PC, then you’ll have to wait a little longer.

Shivam Gulati
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