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    Should I Learn C++ Or Bluprint For Game Development

    Hi Am Tanveer Singh,Am 15 Years Old.Should I learn C++ Or Bluprint For Game Development In Unreal Engine.

    #2
    both would be better.

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      #3
      Game dev is the mother of all API's, so use BP to learn UE4.
      Then later on take up C++ for better game customization etc.

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        #4
        Start with BP until you understand the Engine, extend to c++ afterwards.
        @CarstenZarbock - Follow me on Twitter, thank you

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          #5
          Another vote for starting with Blueprints and learning C++ later.

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            #6
            Can I minimize the learning resources of c++ ?
            cause its too heavy load , starting from blueprint and then c++ is best idea

            but what can c++ do ? can someone give an example ..


            all games mostly have models and textures inside , probably 95 percent of what you see is modeling and texturing

            how can c++ help when you have to model the dragon or animate him , or model the axe , table , teapot

            i would like you to be more specific ,

            how c++ does optimization of a whole stuff ?

            examples would be great
            Last edited by WalterSulivan; 03-01-2017, 11:25 AM.

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              #7
              Originally posted by WalterSulivan View Post
              but what can c++ do ? can someone give an example
              Highly visual 3D games have loads of assets, but that says nothing about game code complexity etc.
              If a game has lots of highly specific / new game mechanics for instance, then Blueprints won't cut it.
              So C++ exists for customizing standard or generic game element behaviors and adding new features.
              Want to modify landscapes at runtime, or need infinite sized multiplayer worlds? Then C++ is a must.
              There are optimization advantages to C++ too, but that may be moot now we've got BP nativization.

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