Hey everyone. What I want to achieve is somewhat of a split screen co-op type game, except that it is only rendering player 1’s camera. The problem I am having right now is the ability to control two players at once. My first attempt was to simply have two different inputs: One for the keyboard, and one for the controller, at least for prototyping. Problem is, I can only get one player blueprint to run. I tried possession, but that overrides the original players controls!
After some research (https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/60204/how-do-i-control-2-pawns-with-1-controller.html), it seems like the way to go about it is to edit the ‘player controller’, but I don’t even know what that is! I can’t find this elusive ‘player controller’ in UE4, much less open it and add a variable. I don’t even know if this is the correct way, as the source is pretty vague.
Being a beginner to UE4, I am out of options. I will keep researching and see if I can figure something out, but as of right now I don’t know what to do, other than ask for help. If anyone has any idea, please let me know!
Thanks in advance~!
Edit: I wend to the game mode blueprint I created and went to ‘player controller class’, and there it was in the drop down list. I clicked the magnifying glass to select it in the content browser aaaand… nothing happens. Nothing gets selected, and the browser tab flashes, as if it’s laughing at me -,-