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    Why Unreal has so many options?...

    I was wondering why it has that many very-specific-options, for instance, what is that GameBaseMode for?... or the Spectator slot ?..


    I have played Unreal Tournament for many years, and sometimes i guess that Unreal Engine is Unreal Tournament with all tools to do any kind of games... say, an editor made from a game.. of course it works as expected!...but seems that some options are UT specific.

    Please donĀ“t missunderstand, i like Unreal, a great engine... just i have this curiosity...

    Greetings..



    #2
    A lot of the structure and workflow for gameplay still remains from its design to be used for games like UT

    In general it's going to have a lot of stuff though just so it can be more flexible in supporting many game types

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      #3
      You should take a gander at the news tab to really see what people are doing with it https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/feed

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        #4
        Unreal is not only a game engine where the developer is released in the wild, it also comes with a complete framework, sharpened from the first unreal game.

        Which may seem very UT related but in reality 99.5% of the games can follow this approach, and you save a lot of time not only of programming but of how to structure the base of your game.


        The name can lead to confusion because for example in normal have a gamemode of the main menu, and of course there is no gameplay.
        You should see him more as a Stage Director, the bigban of the map, the gamemaster throwing dice behind its screen.

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