Optimized and game-ready parking garage props asset pack with pylons, barriers, a traffic light and more. Create signs with blueprints.
Demonstration Video: here
Welcome to the European Collection: Parking Garage Props Vol. 1 !
Enjoy this realistic parking garage / road props pack with over 20 signs, 4 pylons, 18 barriers, 2 parking ticket machine, 2 info signs, 4 bollards, 2 height barriers and some Blueprint Signs, for creating your own Parking Signs. This pack is designed to provide realistic and good-looking parking signs and props for your game. The meshes have a little bit of dust/dirt on them, which makes them even more realistic.
Oftentimes, in your search for the ideal product for your game, you will find products, that are unrealistic and thus lower the quality of your future game. Road signs of other asset makers frequently show mistakes in their design, that will disappoint you in the long run. Such mistakes include signs being of a pure metal material or a generally bad material or signs having unrealistic heights/widths.
If you don't want to have such mistakes in your game, you are welcome to use my assets :)!
Support Discord: https://discord.gg/a4hJa5n
Visit also the other Traffic Sign Collections:
I included some demo screenshots which show the possibilities.
The background assets of the Demo Scene, like Trees, the Grass and so on, are not included. You can see the Content of the pack in my Demo Video above and on the other product pictures.
Number of Unique Meshes: 28
Collision: Yes, automatically generated
Vertex Count: 4 – 1260 Vertices
Materials: 3 (Master Material)
Material Instances: 73
Number of Textures: 134
Texture Resolutions: 1024px - 4092px
(4k only for detailed ticket machines, you can scale it down via bulk edit in the UE)
Supported Development Platforms:
Documentation: - Just add the Pack to your Project.
Important/Additional Notes: If you have any questions or special needs, just write an e-mail ;) - support(at)defconnet.work - Should be work on all devices, it's only an Asset Pack, but I can only test it on Linux, Windows & Android. The Creator of the font is Peter Wiegel (www.peter-wiegel.de), free to use in commercial products.