So, I’ve spent the past few weeks learning about and working with Unrealscript and I’ve learned quite a lot about how UDK works under the hood. As far as I can tell, although now unsupported, it’s still a very versatile and practical game engine for indie devs. Especially comparing it to Unity 3D (Which I am not a fan of). So, I’m wondering, although UE4 is the main focus of almost the entire community now (and with good reason), does anyone still use it for development?
I ask because my website, is dedicated to releasing free content for games that vary from art to code, as well as spreading the word about indie teams and the games they work on. I was hoping that I may be able to enjoy myself in some legit programming, while making code packages that people might find useful.
My problem as far as UE4 goes is that UE4 will not run on my computer, at all. I would list the specs, but I don’t think I’ll need to. Just know that the graphics card is worse than my 50 $ phone off Ebay. It’s that bad. And although I do plan on upgrading, I’ve had some financial issues lately do to identity theft. :\ I do plan on rent-to-buying an Alienware, but before I make a move like this I wanted to make sure that it’d be 100% worth my time.
Oh, and I would like to note that I have quite a lot of UE4 experience as well from previously working with it. Why I can’t use it now is a long story for a different time.