Hello I am new to game development. I originally started off learning Unity but changed my mind and decided I’d like to learn UE4. I recently incorporated my own game studio even though I don’t know how to use the tools yet, so I am eager to get started in my journey of becoming an Indie Dev but obviously one of the first big decisions I need to make what game engine I use. I have some questions about UE4:
Does UE4 have a steeper learning curve than Unity, if so how much steeper?
How much longer does it take to learn blueprints compared to say C Sharp for example?
To make a successful game in UE4 and publish it on steam do you need a large starting capital? (my example would be Ark:SE which had $1mill at the start and I don’t notice many other survival games being made in UE4 compared to unity and most indie games on steam are made in unity).
Is Unreal still geared towards studios compared single person teams?