Blizzard canceled the adventure game Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans in 1998. Warcraft, an unreleased point-and-click adventure game, was leaked online a few years ago.
While the game was fully playable at the time, its cutscenes were of terrible quality, heavily compressed, didn’t exactly pace the soundtrack, and some were simply missing.
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After years of work, all cutscenes have now been updated, improved, and made easier to understand.
The completed WACRP version 1.0 has just been released by modder DerSilver83 (Warcraft Adventures Cutscene Remastered Project).
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Twenty fully remastered footage is included in the mod, two of which were later released via another leak and weren’t originally in the release.
Both the modder and the project’s website claim that a lot of work has gone into this build. Alleged manual erasure of all compression artifacts from each movie was performed by DerSilver83.
Additionally, the modder has meticulously recreated entire images and materials, frame by frame, using Photoshop.
Additionally, continuity issues were resolved and all-new transition scenes were written from scratch. Audio has been synced and video now plays at 12 frames per second.
DerSilver83 claims to have spent over six years working on this mod, and the most recent version 1.0 marks the culmination of their efforts.
He said in a post dated July 31 that he did his best in what he considered an “appropriate time” and was happy with the result.
Before it becomes a burden, I want to consider this project as something pleasant. That’s all, then. My Cutscene Remaster project is now complete and I sincerely hope that everyone who uses it finds it as enjoyable as I did. I’ve always wanted to create a crucial mod for a game I love, and now I can say I did.