Breaking Bad's first season premiered with relatively favorable reviews, but each succeeding season has been met with unanimity of praise from critics. \n \nIt's one of the most watched crime dramas on television, and some even go so far as to call it the best produced. El Camino was released after its last season due to its popularity. \n \nAnother spin-off series named Better Call Saul is presently running its final season to the same acclaim as "Breaking Bad." \n \nUnfortunately, Breaking Bad did not become famous in the gaming industry. A mobile game existed, but it was nothing like the AAA title set in the Breaking Bad universe. \n \nThough doubtless challenging, the proposal is alluring: An open-world Breaking Bad video game was recently created by YouTuber Teaserplay using Unreal Engine 5 technology. \n \nThe technology was first shown in the Matrix Unreal Engine 5 demo, and the YouTuber has also used it to recreate characters like Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. \n \nIt resembles a creepy uncanny valley and does a better job of capturing Walter White than Jesse Pinkman. However, the fan-made trailer features a reconstruction of Albuquerque, New Mexico, along with ray tracing, screen-space reflections, and Lumen and Nanite technology. \n \nFans will enjoy moments in this trailer of Walter White walking up to drug deals, driving his recognizable van on and off the road, and more. \n \nThe series' well-known phrases, including "I am the danger," are also included. For example, Skyler White was terrified after hearing, "I am the one who knocks." \n \nEven if there is one vehicle explosion in the clip, it is difficult to believe how such an action-packed game could have been created. Nevertheless, the thought of exploring Albuquerque as Walter White is alluring. \n \nAlong with the facial animations, the video's comments were filled with enthusiastic people about the concept. \n \nNumerous Unreal Engine 5 videos exist they may not be the most impressive but many fans of the series and those who leave comments find one notion to be sufficient.