Medieval peasant lowpoly model is the most generic and yet important character you’ll ever need in a medieval-style video game. The model has been constructed for games in mind, hence it is optimized for such usage. Not only the poly count has been kept to minimum, the model also comes with 4 different level-of-details (LOD) in total to further optimize the performance.
Do note that if your game engine supports polygon reduction tool (such as Simplygon), it’s highly recommended to use that tool to generate your LODs instead of using the ones included in the package because it may work better for the engine you use since it is built specifically for the engine.
On the other hand, the bone count of the model has been kept at minimum as well, yet enough of bones for directing detailed in-game animations for your character. The skeleton is following the standard naming convention, which allows you to easily re-target animation to the skeleton and saves up both development time and cost.
- Polygon count: 4222 tris (LOD0), 2994 tris (LOD1), 2108 tris (LOD2), 1226 tris (LOD3)
- Available formats: blend, fbx, obj
- Texture: Diffuse only (2048×2048)
- Skeleton: Yes (blend & fbx only)
- Animation: No
- PC games
- Mobile games
- Strategy games
- Farm simulations
- Adventure games
Note: We used Blender 2.78c to construct this 3D model