FPP Melee Animset

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360 FPP animations for 5 medieval weapons - sword, spear, halberd etc.

  • Supported Platforms
  • Supported Engine Versions
    4.14-4.20

Description


360 FPP animations for 5 medieval weapons:


  1. Sword / Axe / Mace and (optional) Shield: https://youtu.be/igmqcDc0evE
  2. Longsword / Two-handed sword: https://youtu.be/NTrzxPIXer4
  3. Spear: https://youtu.be/eEOob8KS8wY
  4. Halberd / Two-handed axe: https://youtu.be/3e4xRsBx_Mw
  5. Dagger: https://youtu.be/h9sZ1uerf44


Link: animation list


Those five First Person Perspective animation sets allow you to build gameplay for virtually any melee weapon - whether it's a viking sword, pollaxe or a modern police baton and a riot shield. FPP camera and weapon models can be attached directly to head and hand bones - no special prop bones are needed.


This is not a full body animation set. Legs are animated only if necessary (in kick animation for example). You can achieve "full body awareness" using TPP leg animations from other Kubold animation sets, by playing them beneath the FPP camera. This pack fits very well with TPP medieval Kubold animation sets, which you can use for enemies and NPCs!


Character controller is not included - just 360 animations for building your FPP game.


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Technical Details


Features:

  •  360 FPP animations for 5 different weapons

Scaled to Epic skeleton: Yes

Rigged: Yes

Rigged to Epic skeleton: Yes

Animated: Yes

Number of Characters: 1 - Default UE4 Mannequin

Number of Animations: 360

Animation types: In-place FPP

Supported Development Platforms: All

Supported Target Build Platforms: All

Documentation: http://www.kubold.com/FPPMelee/FPPMeleeAnimset_Animlist.pdf

Important/Additional Notes:


Those are FPP animations only, legs are often not animated and not to be shown, except if needed (for kick or slide for example). Attach the camera directly to the head bone and weapons to right hand bone. Spear and shield are an exception - attach them to the left hand bone.


I strongly recommend using characters rigged to Epic skeleton when using those animations, but if your FPP character has a different skeleton and you need to retarget the motions, using IK on the hands, to stabilize them on the weapon grip, might come in handy.


FBX source files can be found in ...Content\FPPMeleeAnimset\SourceFiles\SourceFiles.zip (zip files are not visible in Editor, access outside of Editor).

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