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Drivable Cars: Roadster 3d assets and blueprints

Digital Dive Studio - Oct 11, 2018
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GTA style drivable roadster car for Unreal Engine 4, with four LOD levels and unique properties. VR compatible

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.19 - 4.27
  • Download Type
    Complete Project
    This product contains a full Unreal Engine project folder, complete with Config files, Content files and .uproject file, which can be used as a template to create a new project.

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GTA style roadster car for Unreal Engine 4, including four LOD levels and unique properties. VR compatible

This package includes toggleable lights, inside and outside camera (zoom and orbit function), turning steering wheel with drivers hands attached to it, and it's compatible with a third person template game.


This package is fully compatible with "Driveable Cars: Basic Pack"


The model is a unique design so there can't be any conflict with any car brand.

Technical Details

Features:

  • UE4 Third person template movement functions
  • UE4 Vehicle template driving functions (throttle, turn, brake, rear gear…)
  • Enter / exit car
  • Toggle lights
  • Change camera (inside – outside)
  • Camera zoom and orbit (outside)
  • Smoke Particle Systems
  • Interactive car dashboard (RMP and Speed)
  • Sounds
  • Start engine
  • RMP related engine sound + gear up decay
  • Open / close doors
  • impacts

LODs:

  • Meshes:
  • 1 Rigged sports car with 4 LODs
  • 1 steering wheels with 2 LODs each
  • brake calipers
  • Character:
  • UE4 Third person template manequin
  • Extra meses
  • Cone
  • Ramp
  • Path
  • Animations:
  • Third person Character: includes all animations of the UE4 animation template and a driving animation (still pose)
  • Cars door animations are generated through timelines