Hover Car System

Tankbuster Games - Dec 1, 2018
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fancy and easy to use hover vehicle system.

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.21 - 4.26
  • 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.

/!\ Update (Dec 2018): I fixed some bugs, made code improvements, added no-gravity and "stick to surface" modes to the car, better structured code and some minor changes. A new tutorial will soon follow.


Preview: YouTube

Tutorial: YouTube


The Hover Car System is an easy to use System to create physically based hovering vehicles of all kinds. It was build with performance and usability in mind to allow for easy implementation in your projects.

You can easily use your own meshes with this system.


  • This pack includes an AI-Controller and a spline based navigation-system for hovering vehicles.

Technical Details

Features:

  • optimized physics based movement
  • Spline-Track Blueprint + AIController included
  • supports static and animated skeletal meshes
  • easy to adjust and implement into your project. (fancy construction script)
  • supports no gravity and "stick to surface" modes.
  • AI race game demo map included.


Number of Blueprints: 6 Total

  • 2 Hover Car BP ( 1 base + 1 effects)
  • 2 Hover Component BP ( 1 base + 1 effects)
  • 1 Spline-Track BP
  • 1 AIController


Meshes: 6 Static Meshes Total

  • 1 Low-Poly Hover Car
  • 2 Foliage Meshes
  • 3 Particle System Meshes


Materials: 18 Total

  • 10 Master Materials
  • 8 Material Instances


Textures:

  • 7 Textures (~8,8 MB)


Landscapes:

  • 2 Landscapes (no build light data)


Supported Development Platforms: (PC)

Supported Target Build Platforms: (PC, Console)


Important/Additional Notes:

   *The Unreal physics system get's to it's limits when it comes to very high actor speeds or very low framerates. In this cases you might get inaccurate results.