NEW RELEASE – TerraForm for UE4.25.1:

TerraForm Ver. 2.0.6 is now compatible with UE4.25.1. It’s available to all subscribers in the ‘Downloads’ section of ‘Account’ once you’ve logged in to this website. Subscriptions includes access to all versions of TerraForm, so there’s nothing extra to pay.

Fully Compatible with UE4.25.1:

TerraForm uses your GIS data to create native Unreal Engine actors like Landscapes and Splines. This means that you can use all of the tools in the Unreal Editor to modify the data once you’ve imported it. You can also use Unreal Engine’s Blueprints system to create content from it, and the new Layers system to create non-destructive layers for your Splines.

New Features:

TerraForm uses your GIS data to create native Unreal Engine actors like Landscapes and Splines. This means that you can use all of the tools in the Unreal Editor to modify the data once you’ve imported it. You can also use Unreal Engine’s Blueprints system to create content from it, and the new Layers system to create non-destructive layers for your Splines.

New Features & Stability Enhancements:

Whilst this release is primarily to support UE4.25.1 users, we’ve also added the ability to import the elevation of points in GIS lines data, and use this to override the ‘Snap to Landscape’ option. This is really useful if you want to import accurate survey data into your landscapes, or if your DTM data is low-resolution. TerraForm 2.0.6 also adds a number of stability enhancements that relate to building your UE4 projects.

Stay In Touch:

We’re keen to support you in your endeavours and are always interested to hear your feedback on existing features and how you’re using TerraForm in your projects. Where possible, we’ll use this to steer development of new features and tutorials, so do get in contact if you’ve got any questions or need any help using TerraForm.