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Elite Landscapes: Desert

Velarion - Jun 19, 2019

Very affordable Desert pack features 3 landscapes with 8k resolution and a matte painting quality sky panorama

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.20 - 4.26
  • Download Type
    Asset Pack
    This product contains an assortment of Unreal Engine assets which can be imported into a pre-existing project of your choice.

Flyby Video: https://youtu.be/VE2VVl6e0xk


Information and Tutorial about Heatmaps & Changing Materials: https://youtu.be/emnYiW7atfc


Elite Landscapes is a very affordable pack for high resolution landscapes. Desert pack features 3 landscapes with 8k resolution and a matte painting quality sky panorama. Also included the levels and light setups you see on the screenshots and video.


The pack has a very basic landscape material but for anyone who wants to use advanced landscape materials; I also included the original heatmaps so that you can have all the details of the original terrain with your own materials or any material pack that can be found in the Marketplace.


Sky Sphere uses the same system as in Epic's Demonstration Projects. It's a one, distorted 360 degree image, modified for the UVs of a sphere mesh.

Technical Details

Features:

· 3 Landscapes

· 1 Sky image.

· 3 Levels with different light setups.

· Original 8k heatmaps

· Basic Landscape material

Texture Sizes:

· Landscape heatmaps: 8128*8128

· All other textures are mostly 4096*4096. Very small amount of them are 2048*2048.

Collision: Yes, automatic.

LODs: Yes, automatic landscape LOD.

Number of Meshes: 3 Landscapes, 1 static mesh for Sky sphere.

Number of Materials and Material Instances: 2 Base Materials, 3 Material Instances, 3 Material Functions

Number of Textures: 8

Supported Development Platforms: Desktop and Console.

Supported Target Build Platforms: Desktop and Console.

Important/Additional Notes: Please reach out to me via email (darth_velarion@yahoo.com) or here if you don't know how to use heatmaps to use in your own landscape materials. I'll be happy to help.