Unreal Engine Free Stuff January 2022

Jan 06, 2022 at 11:28 am by nemirc

Unreal Engine Free Stuff January 2022
Unreal Engine Free Stuff January 2022

As every month, the Unreal Marketplace is offering some assets for free. If you are an Unreal Engine user, it is a good idea to keep an eye on the Marketplace every month, as there may be stuff you will like.

This month, we have various asset types. Let’s take a look.

The VFX Bundle 2 is a collection of 121 particle systems of various types. These particle systems include rain, falling leaves, snow, underwater effects, etc. There are some videos you can watch to get a better idea of what the effects are about, but they will definitely be useful.

ROG Modular Medieval Accessories and Robes is a collection of modular items (braces, gloves, cloaks, robes) that you can use for various purposes, including putting them on your game characters.

Procedural Level Generator is a multi-story room-based level generator. The levels created using this generator can be saved (meaning in-game saving) so you can continue playing later, they support AI and nav-mesh navigation, teleport, and you can even load manually-created levels. This might be very useful for a game I’m working on so this is definitely going into my cart.

Winter Forest is an environment pack that lets you create a snowy forest environment. However, this one has a few interesting things that make it very versatile. For example, you can dynamically change the amount of snow, freeze/unfreeze water using temperature, icicles height and some wind-related parameters.

And lastly, Dungeon Lamps is a collection of different light-emitting objects (lamps, torches, fireplaces) that you can use in your scenes. These include light functions to modify the way lights work, and also particle systems.

And that’s it for this month! To get the assets, you just need to go to the Unreal Marketplace and, under Free, click on Free For The Month.

Unreal Marketplace: https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/en-US/store


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