Synty Studios Presents – Polygon – Knight v4.15
A low poly asset pack of characters, buildings, props, items and environment assets to create a fantasy based polygonal style game.
Modular sections are easy to piece together in a variety of combinations.
(Includes a demo scene, Character poses indicative only)
Key Features –
– Regular Trees, Modular House pieces, Modular Church pieces, Modular Castle pieces, Flowers, Ground mound sections, Mountains, Modular Cobble Stone path pieces, Modular Stone path pieces, Modular Stone Tile path pieces, Modular Canal pieces, Plants, Weapons, Shields, Well, Bridge, Rock Cliff, Metal Crate, Hay Cart, Empty Hay Cart.
(with Alternative Colors)
– Knight 01, Knight 02, Knight 03, Soldier 01, Soldier 02.
(with Alternative Army Colors)
– Winter versions of most assets with custom snow
– Heaps of awesome content included (see the layout screenshots for more details)
– Character setup to work with Mecanim (no animations included in this pack)
– Shaders work with the Scriptable render pipelines (HD + LW)
The Green Knight is a retelling of the poem “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” famously translated from Middle English by J.R.R. Tolkien in the 1920s. Based on the trailer, Lowery’s film seems to be a faithful, but creepy adaptation. The original story follows Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), the youngest member of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table and his misadventures on a quest to honor a bargain he struck with a giant treelike knight (Ralph Ineson).
In the trailer we see Gawain’s initial meeting with the Green Knight, in which the being offers him a beautiful axe. But there’s a catch: Sir Gawain will strike the giant once with the axe to keep it, but one year from that day, Gawain must meet the Green Knight at a chapel to receive one blow in return.
While the film appears to keep most of those plot details the same, Lowery has stripped way back from the gallantry and magic of the original romantic poem, in favor of a much darker and more sinister tone. Just like the original story, it seems we’ll spend most of our time following Gawain in his quest for the green chapel, during which he meets all manner of monsters, Kings, and temptations.
The Green Knight was originally scheduled for release last year — which is why there’s already a tabletop RPG version of the movie — however, distributor A24 chose to delay it during the coronavirus pandemic in hopes of giving it a larger theatrical release when more cities were open.