PISTOL M1895 Low-poly 3D model
Pistol M1895 is a low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
High resolution textures are made for Cryengine 3, textures that will be ready to use in any other engine will be rendered on demand. Material, meshes and texture names follow an easy to understand naming convention. The intended use for these models and its textures are first person and third person shooters. Polycount is equal to current generation games such as Far Cry, Call of Duty or Battlefield. You can downscale the textures from 2K to 1K or smaller to save memory but you'll get the highest resolution to decide for yourself.
After importing the model and the textures into the target engine you have to follow the official engine documentation on how to set the material up. Rig, animations or sound are not included.
Try before buy! Check out the free model examples before buying. You can use it in any game and convince yourself of the quality level as well as seeing how it's been set up.
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