If you didn’t already know, many 3D games today are embedded with various 2D assets. If you thought that developing a game requires only one technology, you are right to some extent (but it’s only in the case of a 2D art game). Most of the 3D-oriented games today use 2D assets to create menus, options, backgrounds, and even a complete environment.
2D art styles are not going anywhere anytime soon. The market of 2D games is strong to date, and the only reason is the admiration that players have for them. Also, as the technology is evolving, the designers can create 3D look-alike graphics to give a better experience to gamers.
Many games are being developed using these types of art styles. Developers are working on creating different game art styles to include in this category. The day is not far when we’ll see 2D game art on the rise again. 3D art
, no doubt, has the revolutionary advantage, but still, the love for 2D art styles won’t disappear.