Does anyone know if the locomotion system is available anywhere? I've seen it mentioned a lot whilst looking for various animation solutions, but old threads etc link to the unity site and it's no longer there.
Answer by runevision
Feb 26, 2013 at 08:13 PM
You can now download the Locomotion System from the Unity Asset Store:
This is a newer version than the one included in the 3rd Person Shooter demo.
Just as a heads up, since Unity 4 has been released, one is unable to download the locomotion package off the asset store...
@Benproductions1: That's not true. The Locomotion System was only released on the Asset Store way after Unity 4.0 was released in the first place. And I just tried downloading it from the Asset Store now and had no problems.
@runevision huh... I just tried it and it didn't work...
Maybe because I was using Unity 3.5, but aren't unity packages backwards compatible?
@Benproductions1 No, packages on the Asset Store need at least the version of Unity they were created with. The Locomotion System on the Asset Store requires Unity 4.0 or later.
@runevision Thanks for clearing that up :) I shall try to find another way to download Locomotion
Answer by EHogger
Feb 20, 2013 at 03:30 PM
Nevermind. I found it included in the 3rd person shooter demo.
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