The LCAC (Landing Craft, Air Cushion) (US) is a high-speed, over-the-beach fully amphibious landing craft used to transport weapons systems, equipment, cargo, and personnel from ship to shore and across the beach. This vehicle is fully rigged, and includes animated rudders, thrusters, and inflatable cushion. A destructible state model with damaged geometry, textures, and damage smoke FX is included along for hovering movement.
The vehicle is ready for import into your DIS/HLA (RPR FOM) simulation projects. As such, it is not set up as a traditional Unreal vehicle with an interior but can be modified as needed to suit your purpose.
A sample showcase/demo Blueprint has been included with an environment map and User Interface (UI). When you “Play” the map, the UI includes camera presets, sliders, and buttons to demonstrate the key functionalities of the vehicle.
Disclaimer: This asset uses the Water system plugin from Epic Games for demonstration purposes only. The vehicle asset can be used and modified without this plugin enabled in your personal projects.
The Water system plugin allows the user to view the vehicle’s look on water surfaces. It is not used for buoyancy or movement. All rights of the Water system plugin are the exclusive property of Epic Games. Vigilante does make any warranties, inferred or implied, regarding the use of Epic’s plugin.
- Compliant with SISO Entity Reference No.: 220.127.116.11.1
- Textures controllable via Blueprint Parameter
- Emissive material driven lights
- DIS/HLA (RPR FOM) integration ready
- Rudder rotation and bow thrusters
- Propeller driven rotation and visual FX for water and land movement
- Damaged vehicle state and associated smoke FX
Number of Blueprints: 9
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, DIS / HLA (RPR FOM) Protocols
Network Replicated: No, requires integration into a Network Replicated Product or System
Supported Development Platforms: Win-64
Documentation (PDF): Click here for Vehicle Documentation
Vigilante Asset Customization Guide (PDF): Click here for the Vigilante Asset Guide