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Lifelike Wind Physics Made For a UE5-Powered Game

Matt Newell continues working on the upcoming photographer simulator Lushfoil Photography Sim.

Game Developer Matt Newell, who last year greatly impressed us with an incredibly-realistic umbrella shader set up in Unreal Engine 5, has recently shared a new demo showcasing a newly-added feature created for Lushfoil Photography Sim, Matt's upcoming game that will give you a chance to become a traveling photographer and experience detailed, true-to-life recreations of various real-life landmarks. This time, the developer has managed to set up lifelike wind physics, which will then be added to the game and, presumably, enable the player to do various wind-related activities, e.g. fly kites. Much like the rest of the game, this outstanding feature was coded in UE5.

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