The assets are comprised of 20 heroes with skins and other variants as well as a whopping 1500 environmental assets, including animation blueprints to help learn to use them with other characters, meaning you'll have a lot of different freedoms when it comes to using these characters how you see fit.
In an unprecedented move to make the best of a bad situation, Epic Games have released all assets used in recently cancelled Paragon for free on the Unreal Engine Marketplace for Unreal Engine 4. The release also includes base meshes, thousands of textures, VFX and animation cycles, and dialogue with hundreds of sound cues.
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The company had originally spent some $12 million (RM47 million) to develop these assets for Paragon; which entered into an open beta in February 2017. With a move made today, the success of Fortnite and death of Paragon is suddenly great news for many developers. Epic is also releasing 1,500 environment assets along with a sample map for testing or customisation.
- More to Come: Epic will release millions of dollars worth of additional Paragon asset packs beyond the initial $12 million offering through spring and summer 2018.
For novice and seasoned developers alike, this is a pretty big jackpot as there are no strings attached for using them in their own projects.