As a indie developer in a country that don't have a commercial agreement with the US, I hope steam listen to Epic. Steam takes 30% of my revenue, and US gov. get another 30%, than I need to pay taxes in my country (Brazil). So in the end, i get roughly 20% of the full price.
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SideFX uploaded a new video showing how you can use the Houdini engine to build assets for Unity. The connection is all about deep integration which allows users to quickly change and modify assets for any need.
In Houdini, networks of nodes can be easily wrapped up into Houdini Digital Assets then shared with other artists. With the Houdini Engine, these assets can be loaded into the Unity game editor with procedural controls available to artists.
The results can then be further manipulated in Unity. Anytime a parameter is changed on the asset, the Houdini Engine is called upon to “cook” the network of nodes and publish the results to Unity. This allows for deep integration of Houdini Digital Assets into a Unity game development pipeline. The game content is baked out when the game is published.