An example of some of the VFX in League of Legends. What Kevin creates in Unity is easily comparable to these.

League of Legends VFX

Recently a VFX artist named Kevin Leroy posted a bunch of fan-made League of Legends ability effects made in Unity on Reddit, and they are easily some of the best VFX I've seen in Unity.

You can check them out as well as a few short breakdowns of the effects on Kevin's Youtube channel, here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXily77ZuhLEC3vb5cq0uTEj20S0t5KY2

I've listed this as a tutorial and that is because Kevin also gave me a link to Jason Keyser's Youtube channel. Jason is a VFX artist working for Riot Games on League of Legends and his breakdowns are extremely thorough. With some experience in Unity it's easy to see how each of these effects could be made inside Unity. You can find all his breakdowns on his Youtube channel, here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQD_sA-R5qVL-yPbKLyFCJBU-r2Nxlcbe

Kevin has also started his own tutorial series on how to create VFX in Unity. You can check that out here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXily77ZuhLH9njItUi7wTvsZn1hyrAks

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arrowu

Thank you :D

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Xavier Kavel

League of Legends is the game I played when I was a kid because those days this game has a huge fan base and it was considered as the best online game friends and even unknown people can play with each other. But seeing today its VFX just feels so good because I cannot even imagine such kind of VFX at that time when technology was very low but I must say about https://edubirdie.org/can-you-get-caught-using-edubirdie/ edu birdie for the Riot Games was one of the best developers on time so we can expect such kind of quality content from them.

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