What Remains of Edith Finch Assets Are Now Free for All Unreal Engine Users
Unreal Engine developers can now download over 3000 assets of What Remains of Edith Finch for free.
Epic Games has seemingly launched a new branch of giveaways, and this time around, it’s dedicated to game developers who use Unreal Engine. The company is partnering with Annapurna Interactive to deliver over 3000 assets from What Remains of Edith Finch to the Unreal Engine market and make them available for free for all creators.
The content pack includes environment models, material, and some other Unreal-Engine-related stuff that all have been pulled out of Annapurna’s critically acclaimed What Remains of Edith Finch. They are currently available for download through here if you want to get them. In addition to this, you can also get access to tons of assets from Paragon and Infinity Blade.
Epic Games have promised to bring more free content to the Unreal Engine market in the near future, encouraging developers to shift their projects into the Epic’s powerful engine and have a lot of free assets to work with.
Earlier this year, Epic Games announced the brand new version of its engine, Unreal Engine 5, with an eye-catching demo on PS5 that looked incredibly stunning. Currently, some major next-gen games are being made in Unreal Engine 5, including Ninja Theory’s upcoming Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga.
All the advantages above aside, working with Epic’s Unreal Engine has some other benefits as well. If you decide to launch the PC version of your game exclusively on Epic Games Store, you will no longer be charged from the company for using their engine. Besides, Epic Games only picks up 12% for selling your games on its market, which is a fair number compared to Steam’s 30%.