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Stylized Muzzle-Flashes VFX Pack

StanislavPetruk - Aug 10, 2020
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The FX pack contains powerful game-ready stylized muzzle-flashes (made in cascade particle editor). Take a look at the video presentation for more details.

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.16 - 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.

The FX demonstration:

https://youtu.be/4GEFJuRXrRo

Open level called Test_level to review the effects placed on the level.


The pack consist of the following types of muzzle-flash effects

  • Type_1 - Looping muzzle-flashes
  • Type_2 - Single shots

E.g.

P_Muzzle_b_loop_01 - (Type_1)

P_Muzzle_b_01 - (Type_2)


If you want to change the color of the muzzle-flash you should change the value of the "Color_setup" parameter.

  • The parameter can be found in the "details" menu of the selected particle system. If you can not see the parameter, click on "expose parameter" first. Here is a quick tutorial https://youtu.be/4GEFJuRXrRo?t=20
  • You can also access the parameter via blueprint
  • Or you can simply change the color value in the particle emitters


Feel free to contact me if you have questions or issues.

Technical Details

Features:

  • These are the particle effects made inside cascade editor. The effects are optimized for real-time applications.

Type of Emitters: (CPU, MESH)

Number of Unique Effects: 19

LODs: (Yes)

Number of Materials: 15

Number of Textures: 15

Number of Unique Meshes: 1

Supported Development Platforms:

Windows: (Yes)

Important/Additional Notes:

  • All of the effects contain lights inside the cascade editor. Please remove them if you don't need the lights, you want to add them some other way, or if having lights is too expensive for your app
  • All particle elements have looping and single shot state. Use the one most suitable for your weapon.
  • Here you can take a look at the "shader complexity" https://youtu.be/4GEFJuRXrRo?t=37