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Arctic Greenland Landscape v4.24-4.25

Arctic Greenland Landscape












Download Unreal Engine Asset – Arctic Greenland Landscape – Highly detailed 400 square kilometer photorealistic arctic greenland landscape. Full biome with all asset you need to extent or build your own world.


A 400 square kilometer landscape with tones of photo realistic detail: glaciers, modular ice cave, rocks, stones, various plants and more. Viewable distance around the playarea is a 3600 sqkm vista. Automated landscape layer system with 9 paintable layers and dynamic water puddle material. Also included a scriptable wind system, procedural snow and particles. Highres ground textures and procedural layer detailing. Powerful materials and landscape shader, highly tweakable.


FEATURES:

400 square kilometer playable area
3600 square kilometer vista area
9 paintable landscape layers
Interactive foliage
Paintable procedural water puddles
Modular ice cave assets
Procedural snow material with blowing snow fx
Highly detailed ground textures
(31) ice, (7) rock, (21) plant assets for detailing
Procedural water material, underwater post FX
Spline rivers
Material wind system
Procedural ground ice, rock and plant cover

Technical Details
ASSET LIST:

Landscapes: 1
Background: 2
IceBergs: 6
IceSea: 2
Glacier: 6
IceCave: 17
Grass: 4
Var. Plants: 17
Ground Cover: 9
RiverFlows: 1
Rocks: 7
Ground Materials: 9


Physically-Based Rendering: Yes

Texture Size: The majority of assets use 4096x4096 base color, normal, and utility textures

Collision: Yes (manual/automatically generated)

Vertex Count: 20000/5000/2500/500 (ice/rocks), 1500-150 (plants)

LODs: 1-3 Levels of LOD

Number of Meshes: 76

Number of Materials and Material Instances: 144

Number of Textures: 105

Min requirements for editing: Ram: 16GB, Video: GTX 1060

Intended Platform: PC

Platforms Tested: PC



Asset version: 4.24-4.25
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