I have downloaded the fbx but I can't seem to find the textures. All the materials with it are plain white :/ I am using Unity 2018.3.0f2 . Any solutions ? I even tried the blend file and still no textures.
low poly futuristic city assets
A downloadable asset pack
This project contains an entire scene modeled with blender and rendered with blender cycles
The scene contains various futuristic buildings, a bar with tables and drinks, some sort of parking lot with a few spaceships parked, the scene is made so that any picture taken inside with a first person or third person view will look imersive with buildings that can be seen from a distance.
.fbx and .blend versions will be available. If you want me to upload the files in other formats you can ask for it in the comments and i ll make sure to upload it next to the other versions.
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yeah the map is pretty old on that side i m sorry, for the previews i just applied some basic metallic material with no texture for the walls and an emissive material for the light rays. since this map is one of the most popular things i made so far i might try and upgrade it soon with cool textures :p
Hey i'm a student making a small game, i notice you've said people can use this for what ever. i'm planning on adding this for my alpha if you don't mind, i only need some of the buildings but ill credit you when i upload the project to itch. regardless these are some really good assets.
thanks! Dont worry, i dont have any issues with people using these assets for games, even if the game will be sold/make profit i wont ask for anything i ll just be really thankfull :p hope your project turns out great!
is it free for Commercial use?