Amazing, really hope to see more games with this style!
PSXFX - Retro Graphics for Unreal Engine 4
A downloadable asset pack for Windows
PSXFX is PS1 inspired graphics asset pack for Unreal Engine 4.24 & 4.25
- Polygon Draw Distance
- Screen Space Vertex Snapping
- Near Clip
- Color Quantization
- Affine Texture Mapping
- Depth Error
- Ambient Lighting
- Static Vertex Lights (up to 4 per component by default)
- Dynamic Vertex Lights (4 by default)
- Pseudo Lens Flare
- Destructible Material & Blueprint
- Camera Facing Sprite Material
- Vertex Paint Ready
Settings available in the demo:
Destructible Blueprint overview
- Some effects are not compatible with the Unreal Engine landscape. As a workaround, you can convert landscape to static mesh in the engine.
- Static vertex lights are only compatible with primitive components that support custom primitive data, for example, static and skeletal meshes.
- Static vertex lights are limited to 4 per component, which means if your level is a single large mesh you're limited to 4 lights. To get around this limitation, split your geometry into several pieces.
- Depth Error doesn't support translucent materials.
- Destructible Material requires meshes to have hard edges. Smoothing groups can be removed in the editor.
- 3D assets are included, however, they're for demonstration purposes only (you can still use them as you wish).
For questions and support, please join the discord server!
In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $32.72 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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i am lost in words to praise this awesome assets, this is truly what i've been dream for years. sure it is not free product but this is a price for a something you'll benefit if you into ps1 graphics. now take my money Marics!
This is truly amazing. I might pickup the Unreal Engine because of this.
I would love to see someone re-create a modern mmofps with psx styled graphics.
This is a fantastic package. It captures the PSX vibe perfectly with lots of room for customization. There's a lot in here that you can learn from. It's also packaged in such a way that you can break it up and integrate into your own project easily. Marcis is also great at answering questions.