Speed Level Design: Night City in UE4
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Speed Level Design: Night City in UE4
8 May, 2017
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Matthew Palaje has shared another great video on speed level design. The artist took a bright downtown environment by PolyPixel and turned it into an atmospheric night scene. 

You won’t find advice on building cities in Unreal Engine 4, but it is a brilliant example of setting up an atmosphere. A right lighting setup and some tricks with materials can turn a dull scene into eye candy. So, watch this video and experiment with a prebuilt environment. Add rain, bring some lights or change the layout. 

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It’s the first iteration created for Round Table Studios and Matthew is going to share another video on changing the layout and other experiments, so stay tuned! 

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