Unreal Engine 4 – Final set of Paragon assets available now for free to everyone

Epic Games today released its final batch of Paragon assets to the Unreal Engine 4 developer community free of charge, with a total of 19 AAA-quality Hero characters valued at over $5 million in development investment.

As the press release reads, this final round follows two previous releases in March and August through which developers can download Paragon packs to use in their own UE4 projects with no strings attached. To date, Epic has released more than $17 million worth of content from its high-end multiplayer online battle arena game, including dozens of characters with their custom animation Blueprints, visual effects and audio dialogue, along with environment set pieces and sample maps.

This final selection of free releases includes 19 Paragon Heroes: Aurora, Drongo, Gideon, Greystone, Iggy & Scorch, Kallari, Lt. Belica, Morigesh, Narbash, Revenant, Sparrow, Steel, Sun-Wukong, Terra, The Fey, Wraith, Yin, Zinx and Boris. In addition, several previously unreleased bonus skins are also included.

Amanda Bott, Unreal Engine community manager at Epic Games, said:

“We’ve been impressed by the different ways Unreal developers are leveraging the Paragon assets for their own projects, both commercial and personal. We’re thrilled that folks are getting real value out of the content and can’t wait to see what comes out of this latest release.”

Those interested can download the final set for Paragon from here.

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