Plugin-Based Game Code State Machine, Part 2 - Sept 27th - Live from Epic HQ

and will be continuing their development plugin-based game code! Check out the first part here. Game systems written as plugins can be ported easily from one project to another and are a good way to build game-agnostic systems. The state machine they are building can be used for tracking all kinds of quest and player decision data.

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Going through these tutorials I just wanna say: Thank you very much for creating content like this.

I always felt like I was on the cusp of beginner c++, never finding the right “in”, into intermediate C++ coding (with algorithms and techniques.) After going through part 1 and part 2 of this series I now know with confidence I’ve entered into that intermediate zone just based on the eye opening experience of creating this state machine alongside and ( Buddy Cop Movie in the works?). I hope more content like this can be created. Subjects that are computer science related which have a place within the game making industry. You guys have done a fantastic job in explaining the subject well and I’ve learned a lot. It’s gonna hopefully take my game to the next level ^_^.