I’m adding various skills to the “Shooter Game” character and would like to add the entire project to my github (in order to show it when I apply for a job).
This will include the folders Content, Source, Config and the uproject.
I was wondering if it was possible and if I should include some “special” message in the project, like: EULA license under… .
You are only permitted to redistribute source files to other Unreal Engine licensees, so doing so under a public Github repo would likely result in unauthorized distributions.
You can, however, use the Marketplace or a fork of Epic’s UE github. Or you can freely distribute a packaged version of the game as an executable.
Thank you very much for the precisions!
Are there specific instructions for the fork? Or I can simply:
- Fork → Add a folder “my project” in the UnrealEngine repo → Do a pull request?
The thing that I don’t really like is that (from my understanding) the pull requests in fork repositories should be used to propose improvements to the engine, but this is not the case…