RPG Maker Unite details Battle Effects, Sample Music

    A glimpse into creating battle effects for RPGs.

    Gotcha Gotcha Games revealed new details about battle effects in RPG Maker Unite and released new sample music tracks.

    Users may use Effekseer or Unity’s Particle System to create battle effects in RPG Maker Unite. Battle effects and music go hand-in-hand to create memorable RPGs for players to enjoy. The sample tracks released by Gotcha Gotcha Games may be used to liven up towns and dungeons within user-created RPGs.

    Here’s an overview of battle effects via Gotcha Gotcha Games:

    Battle Effects and Music – Elements that Enhance the Main Visuals to Make a Great Game!
    When we speak of RPG games, what often comes into our mind are the more visually vivid elements such as the Story, Character Designs, or Map Designs. However, the Battle Effects and Music are just as important – acting like the icing of a cake, it is the synergy between visuals and audio cues that ultimately contribute to making a great, memorable game! Thus, this time, we would like to introduce some of the changes we have made to RPG Maker Unite’s battle effects and music! Also, a portion of RPG Maker Unite’s soundtracks are now available on our website for you to try out!
    Users Can Use Either Effekseer or Unity’s Particle System to make Battle Effects!
    In RPG Maker MZ, our most currently available RPG Maker title, battle effects are mostly created from Effekseer, a powerful external application for creating particle effects, and then imported into the engine. Now since RPG Maker Unite runs on the Unity Editor, Unite users can also opt to use Unity’s built-in Particle System to create battle effects from scratch, and import into RPG Maker Unite!
    Of course, battle effects made externally using Effekseer can still be imported as was in RPG Maker MZ. Users can choose which solution they prefer to work on and can freely choose what to assign in their game!
    Below are some samples battle effects available in Unite’s default asset library:
    With RPG Maker Unite’s native resolution being upscaled to Full HD, this certainly is exciting news for creators who wish to make their battles more visually engaging than ever!
    Try Out RPG Maker Unite’s Sample Music!
    Four newly composed music tracks from RPG Maker Unite’s default assets are now available on our official website for you to try! Four track themes are available: Town, Dungeon, Battle, and Event.
    In addition, thanks to the Unity Editor’s design, in addition to .ogg audio formats, RPG Maker Unite can now also incorporate WAV format music files.

    Lastly, RPG Maker Unite is coming soon to PC via Steam.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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