Installation

Requirements

Run the demo

  1. Download the latest release and extract the files, or build the plugin from source.

  2. Run Godot, using the console executable so you can see error messages.

  3. In the project manager, import the demo project and open it. Allow Godot to restart.

  4. In Project Settings / Plugins, ensure that Terrain3D is enabled.

  5. Select Project / Reload Current Project to restart once more.

  6. If the demo scene doesn’t open automatically, open demo/Demo.tscn. You should see a terrain. Run the scene.

If it isn’t working for you, watch the tutorial videos and read Troubleshooting and Getting Help.

Install Terrain3D in your own project

  1. Download the latest release and extract the files, or build the plugin from source.

  2. Copy addons/terrain_3d to your project folder as addons/terrain_3d.

  3. Run Godot, using the console executable so you can see error messages. Restart when it prompts.

  4. In Project Settings / Plugins, ensure that Terrain3D is enabled.

  5. Select Project / Reload Current Project to restart once more.

  6. Create or open a 3D scene and add a new Terrain3D node.

  7. Select Terrain3D in the Scene panel. In the Inspector, click the down arrow to the right of the storage resource and save it as a binary .res file. The other resources can be left as is or saved as text .tres. These external files can be shared with other scenes.

  8. Click Next to learn how to properly set up your textures, or skip to import data.

If it isn’t working for you, watch the tutorial videos and read Troubleshooting and Getting Help.