Download Unreal Engine Asset – Gothic Knight
Fully customizable set of characters to be used with Medieval or realistic-fantasy games. You can choose from 5 predefined versions or use provided parts to create your own combination.
The advanced Material system gives you a possibility to customize the characters and make them look unique. Each body/armor part can be tweaked separately. In addition to the customization option, you can use provided decals or simply add your own logos. A character has cloth parts based on APEX cloth system fully rigged and ready to go.
Fully compatible with UE mannequin and can be integrated into to your project in just a few seconds.
Additionally, this pack included a weapon asset to make your knight be ready for the fight.
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Fully customizable Material
APEX cloth dynamic
Scaled to Epic skeleton: YES
Rigged to Epic skeleton: YES
Animated: Compatible with all Animation for standard UE4 mannequin
Number of characters: 5
Vertex counts of characters: 15200
Texture Resolutions: 2048×2048
Supported Development Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Supported Target Build Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux, Current Gen Consoles
Asset version: 4.25
Fully rigged and game ready character.
Proportionally and historically accurate Gothic knight.
High quality models.
4k textures ready for PBR rendering
Rigged using CAT system
Max file includes 5 promotional poses
Includes extra masks for changing colour and reflection values
File contains a 2014 max file, a 2014 FBX file with skeleton and a static obj file for compatibility.
I cant decide wither to put him in the gothic section or the historical section 😀
The gothic armor was considered the height of perfection for plate armor!
Every surface is turned and fluted giving added protection. Even heavy weapons would find it hard to break though and it was also lighter in weight than many other suits of the day. Its beauty and eye catching lines make it one of the most famous suits of armor ever. They were in production from 1450 to its last known use in 1645 during the English Civil War also known as the War of the Roses. It is unfortunate that around the same time this was introduced,gunpowder weapons were also introduced rendering all plate armor obsolete as weapons of war.