Unreal Engine

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Unreal Engine is an engine that was created by Epic Games in May of 1998. Since then, 5 majorly different versions of the engine have been released. It's supported by multiple platforms, and as such, is a commonly used engine.

Tools

There are a couple of tools that exist for ripping assets from Unreal Engine games.

UModel

UModel is a tool for ripping visual assets from just about every iteration of Unreal Engine from 1 to 4. The github repo for it can be found here.

List of games using Unreal Engine

Name Version Platform AES Key Required?
A Hat in Time 3.? Multiplatform ?
Borderlands 3.? Multiplatform No
Borderlands 2 3.? Multiplatform No
Cyber Danganronpa VR: The Class Trial ? PlayStation 4 ?
Enchanted Portals 4.? Multiplatform ?
Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted 4.21 Multiplatform ?
Fortnite ? Multiplatform Yes
Hatred 4.? PC No
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events 2 PC No
Jump Force 4.19 Multiplatform No
Master Detective Archives: Rain Code 4.27 Nintendo Switch No
Mighty No. 9 3.? Multiplatform ?
Minecraft Dungeons 4.22 Multiplatform Yes
Mortal Kombat (2011) 3.? Multiplatform No
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe 3.? Multiplatform No
My Hero: One’s Justice 4.18 Multiplatform No
Pikmin 4 4.? Nintendo Switch ?
Planet 51 3.? Multiplatform No
Postal 2 2 PC No
Postal 4 : No Regerts 4.27 Multiplatform No
Postal Redux 4.15 (PC), 4.26 (Nintendo Switch) Multiplatform No
Rocket League 3.? Multiplatform ?
Rumbleverse 4.? Multiplatform ?
Shark Tale 2 PC No
Shrek 2 2 PC No
Spider-Man 2 2 PC No
Star Wars: Republic Commando 2 Multiplatform No
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 4.21 Multiplatform ?
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor 4.? Multiplatform ?
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes ? Nintendo Switch ?
Unreal Tournament ? Multiplatform ?
Yoshi's Crafted World 4.18? Nintendo Switch ?