What Remains of Edith Finch joins the Unreal Marketplace Collection

November 12, 2020
Epic Games welcomes What Remains of Edith Finch to the Unreal Marketplace Collection, an Unreal Engine initiative that brings free high-quality content to all creators. Following the large content releases from Epic Games for Paragon and Infinity Blade, we are excited to announce our partnership with Giant Sparrow and Annapurna Interactive as the first in a series of new, free content coming to the Unreal Engine Marketplace from teams across the community.

This exclusive collection of assets features environment models, props, materials, and more from the BAFTA Award-winning title.
 

Included in the collection:
  • Over 3,000 stylized meshes with unique textures and materials
  • The Finch family’s unique home, with distinctive bedrooms and furnishings
  • Rustic family kitchen with appliances and kitchenware
  • Low-poly fantasy kingdom, with townspeople, stalls and castle building blocks
  • Misty beach environment, including outdoor wedding and party decorations
  • And more!
Join our teams on Twitch this Thursday and Friday for a pair of livestreams dedicated to What Remains of Edith Finch:

MEET THE TEAM BEHIND THE ART

For a very special episode of Inside Unreal, Building The Art for What Remains of Edith Finch, the game’s artists will share how they lovingly handcrafted hundreds of assets for the story-first adventure. Find out more about the show on the episode’s announcement thread and tune in today at 2 PM EST!
 

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MAKE THE MOST OF MARKETPLACE PRODUCTS

On Friday, November 13, our team will open up the new collection on the Educator’s livestream to show you how this content—and other Marketplace materials—can help your projects. Find out how to reuse and modify Marketplace products to expedite the creation of your projects, Friday at 2 PM EST at Twitch.tv/UnrealEngine
 

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New to the story of Edith Finch? Experience the emotional tale and get a peek at these assets in-action inside What Remains of Edith Finch.

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