Quixel Bridge Is Now a Part of Unreal Engine 5

You can now drag and drop the latest Megascans content directly into your project without having to switch apps or download and export an asset to Unreal Engine.

Quixel has announced that Bridge is now a part of the Unreal Engine 5 UI and opens up as a tab right within the engine. Now you can simply open the Bridge panel and discover the ever-growing Megascans library. Access to the entire Megascans library is completely free for Unreal Engine users, claims Quixel. 

"We have optimized the entire Megascans library to work flawlessly with Unreal Engine 5. Assets are now channel-packed, compressed with optimal settings, and LODed with Unreal Engine tools. We’re also simplifying tiers so that you never have to worry about configuring maps and LODs again. As a result, adding assets to your project is seamless and faster than ever before," comments Quixel.

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