Ubisoft removed GoldenEye 007 levels recreated in Far Cry 5 map editor

Earlier this month, we told how a Krollywood user recreated all levels of the first person shooter GoldenEye 007 in the Far Cry 5 map editor, which came out back in 1997 on Nintendo 64. Krollywood spent approximately 1,400 hours over 2. 5 years, but now the enthusiast said he received an email from Ubisoft.

The company said it had to remove all levels after a complaint by rights holders from MGM. A spokesman for Ubisoft confirmed to Kotaku that the levels had been removed after a complaint by the copyright holder.

Krollywood, in turn, noted that it has kept the result of its work, so may try to overpour the levels by changing some names if it comes up with a legal way to do it. In the past year MGM had already demanded a halt to development of the GoldenEye 007 fan raimek on Unreal Engine 4, which were planned to be released for the 25th anniversary of the shooter.

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