nanos world allows several ways of customizations: from programmable scripts to completely modding meshes and assets. Modding allows you to import and create custom meshes, maps, textures and so on to your server!

This section aims to guide you on how to create your own Assets and how to include them in your server.


Before moving on, please read Assets Quick Start for a quick guide on how Assets work and how to import your first Asset.

Exporting and Creating Assets

  • Maps & Levels Creating and Exporting Maps & Levels

  • Static Meshes Creating and Exporting Static Meshes (e.g. used for Props)

  • Characters Creating and Exporting Character’s Skeletal Meshes

Rules for exporting/creating assets in Unreal Engine 4 for nanos world

  1. Always create a Root folder with the name of your pack (e.g. /Content/My_Weapon_Pack/) and put all content you use inside that (you can create sub-folders as well).

  2. Do not use Engine Content (i.e. Engine’s Materials or Meshes). If you want to use them, we recommend copying them to your Content/Your_Pack folder, otherwise they may not be exported correctly. There is only some Engine Content which is allowed to use, from the following folders (these are already included by the base game and are safe to use):

    1. /Engine/Functions

    2. /Engine/BasicShapes

    3. /Engine/ArtTools

    4. /Engine/EngineMaterials

Additional Tips

  1. Use a proper name pattern for your Assets.

  2. Use small assets size and configure textures compression properly (big files are bad for network bandwidth). We recommend max 2048x2048 size for textures, as they will be 5MB each.

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