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    [HELP] Beginner Tutorial

    Hi guys,
    I've problem with Starting my first blank project
    I'm trying to learn this tutorial http://shootertutorial.com/2015/05/3...s-explanation/
    But i'm having learn problem, i cant make it the FPS character, like in the second TUTORIAL(http://shootertutorial.com/2015/06/0...se-touch-tilt/), HE SKIPS ALL THINGS, i don't see anything helps,
    i don't understand how to make the game instance and how to make a camera
    Help me PLZ !!

    #2
    Hm, i guess this tutorial is for users who, at least, are able to use the Editor and perform really standard things, like creating an new BlueprintClass etc.

    You may want to use a more basic tutorial, which shows you how to use the Editor.

    Epic Games has a lot of video tutorials on their Youtube Channel that might help you getting started. Once you understood the basics, you
    can go back to this FPS tutorial (:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/UnrealD...tKit/playlists
    Open for contracted work | C++/BP (incl. Multiplayer) | Tutoring | VR

    My UE4 Blog/Page with Tutorials and more: Hit me for ALL the things!
    (Including 100+ Pages Multiplayer Network Compendium to get you started.)

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      #3
      Thanks ..
      I need ALOT OF TIME !!

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        #4
        Originally posted by 3B00DG4MER View Post
        Thanks ..
        I need ALOT OF TIME !!
        Yes, learning to program AND learning the Engine + Game Development takes a lot of time.
        Everyone learns it differently. Take your time and learn it the way it makes fun for you (:
        And be sure to check for other tutorials of you can't keep up with the one you are using (:
        Open for contracted work | C++/BP (incl. Multiplayer) | Tutoring | VR

        My UE4 Blog/Page with Tutorials and more: Hit me for ALL the things!
        (Including 100+ Pages Multiplayer Network Compendium to get you started.)

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          #5
          The Epic Youtube channel is definitely a great way to get your head around all of the different features of the engine. Game development is a pretty complex task, so while engines like Unity, Cryengine and Unreal Engine certainly simplify the process they are still complex pieces of software that require a significant time investment to get good quality work back.

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