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The Simpsons: Hit & Run Remake is finally finished

A fan-made project that we have been following closely is the remake of The Simpsons: Hit & Run. The last we had seen was that the game was in its final stage. After an update from Reuben Ward, The Simpsons: Hit & Run remake is finished after a year of hard work.

The project developed by Reuben Ward was recreated with Unreal Engine 5. But it’s not all good news. Although it was expected, the developer has confirmed that this incredible remake will not be available for download.

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The dream remake that will never see the light of day

As we told you back in the day, this fan-made remake was made by a single developer, Reuben Ward. Better known as Reubs, this developer was making the dream of many come true – not only of fans but of the original developers!

Month after month we have seen the preview of the remake through videos on Reubs’ channel. However, it was expected that the game could be released to the whole community through open source on Git Hub. But, it seems that The Simpsons: Hit & Run remake will never see daylight.

After all, it is an unofficial project that may encounter multiple copyright-related obstacles if it were to be commercialized. That’s why in the last video of Reubs’ channel we can see the developer saying goodbye to the project.

Even if he says goodbye to this project, another new one looms on the horizon. Reubs has shared on his Instagram the next project he will carry out. The indie developer will remake 1997’s LEGO Island. Which, after being considered abandonware, could be released without having copyright issues.

Check out the latest video of the remake below!