Advanced Shield VFX

NovaFXStudio - Visual Effects - Feb 29, 2024
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This is a fully optimized Niagara effect that can be assembled and combined modularly for use on multiple vehicles, torches, or any place where flame-spouting effects are needed.

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    5.1 - 5.4
  • 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.

This asset contains 10 carefully selected, high-quality Niagara Shield VFX.


This asset has the advantage of being very versatile,

as it is designed in a modular way so that it can be deployed in a variety of ways to suit the needs of a wide variety of situations.


Additionally, all emitters have numerous control options suitable for a variety of situations requiring a variety of effects.


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This asset will continuously receive incremental updates, optimizations, and additional effects. As a result, there may be slight price increases over time.


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Technical Details

Features:


10 unique Niagara systems that can be customized and applied in a variety of ways.


A parameter for the distance that can be rendered that can be adjusted directly.


CPU Emitters : 48

GPU Emitters : 11


Number of Unique Effects : 10

Number of Master Materials : 43

Number of Material Instances : 29

Number of Textures : 92

Number of Blueprints : 3

Number of Unique Meshes : 37


Supported Development Platforms: [Windows]

(It hasn't been tested in environments other than Windows, but I think it will probably work in all environments.)