The Stryker M1126 is a wheeled armoured personnel carrier (APC) used by the United States Army. It is part of the Stryker family of vehicles, which were named after two Medal of Honor recipients, Private First Class Stuart S. Stryker and Specialist Four Robert F. Stryker. The Stryker family of vehicles is designed to provide rapid mobility and transport for infantry and other troops while offering protection from small arms fire and artillery shell splinters.
Some key features and information about the Stryker M1126:
The Stryker M1126 can be equipped with various weapon systems to enhance its firepower. Common armament options include a remote weapon station with a machine gun or automatic grenade launcher.
The M1126 is a wheeled vehicle, which means it is more mobile on roads and in urban environments compared to tracked vehicles. It is capable of high speeds on roads and can traverse a variety of terrains.
The Stryker M1126 is equipped with various levels of armour protection, including protection against small arms fire, artillery shell splinters, and chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats.
The Stryker family of vehicles is designed to be versatile and can be adapted for various roles, including infantry carrier, medical evacuation, reconnaissance, and command and control.
The Stryker is known for its modular design, which allows for the easy installation of different mission-specific kits and equipment, making it adaptable to different operational requirements.
The Stryker M1126 is an important component of the U.S. Army’s armoured vehicle fleet and has undergone various upgrades and improvements over the years to enhance its capabilities and survivability on the battlefield.
This vehicle blueprint includes desert and forest camouflage textures, a fully rigged structure, and various animated components such as machine gun rotation and elevation, and opening hatches. Additionally, it comes with a detailed damage model that includes damaged geometry, textures, and realistic fire and smoke effects. The blueprint also features firing animations and dynamic dust effects generated by the movement of the tracks.
The asset is designed as a standard Unreal vehicle with an interior, but it can be customized to suit specific project requirements. It is fully drivable, utilizing physics simulations provided by Epic Games’ Chaos Vehicles plugin. Please note that the Chaos Vehicles plugin must be enabled for proper vehicle movement. The scene incorporates Epic Games’ Volumetrics plugin for environmental clouds and utilizes Lumen for advanced lighting effects.
A sample showcase/demo Blueprint is included with an environment map and a user interface (UI). When you “Play” the map, the UI provides camera presets, sliders, and buttons to showcase the key functionalities of the vechiel.
This asset includes the use of Epic Games’ Volumetrics plugin and Chaos Vehicles system plugin for demonstration purposes only. However, the vehicle asset can be utilized and modified in personal projects without these plugins enabled.
The Volumetrics plugin is employed to create and render the environmental clouds within the scene, utilizing its volume creation and rendering tools. The Chaos Vehicles system plugin allows for realistic vehicle movement by utilizing advanced physics simulations.
Please note that all rights pertaining to the Volumetrics plugin and the Chaos Vehicles system plugin are the exclusive property of Epic Games. Vigilante makes no warranties, expressed or implied, regarding the usage of Epic’s plugins.
– Compliant with SISO Entity Reference No.: 22.214.171.124.5.19
– High-quality vehicle mesh with desert and forest camouflage textures and a detailed interior
– Blueprint-controlled textures for customization
– Emissive materials for headlights and brake lights to enhance performance
– DIS/HLA (RPR FOM) integration ready
– Adjustable hatches, machine gun rotation and elevation
– Armed with a Browning .50 caliber machine gun, including associated effects
– Realistic wheeled handeling and visual effects for dynamic dust simulation when driven
– Detailed damaged vehicle state with fire and smoke effects
Number of Blueprints: 18
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
Customization Guide (PDF): Click here for the Vigilante Asset Guide