On this week’s Unreal Engine livestream broadcast, Epic’s Technical Director, Fricker, and Unreal Engine General Manager, Ray Davis, will give viewers a first look at the engine’s 4.3 release coming this month, along with updates on other improvements on the horizon.
Twitch stream: Twitch integration, 4.3 new feature highlights, community spotlight and more
2pm EDT today
Fricker, Technical Director
Ray Davis, Unreal Engine General Manager
Guest appearances TBD
Tell us what you want to know about Twitch integration, 4.3 new feature highlights and anything else in this thread!
Project Tango looks very cool and i’m glad you guys are experimenting with it. But its still quite a bit aways away from consumers or even developers.
[Question] Kinect V2 [Windows] will be out in a couple weeks (Mid July), will you guys look to add more official support (I know there is a good plugin made by our community member lion032 ). I can’t wait to playing and developing with his plugin but was curious if you guys are interested in it.
Unity will being kinect v2 support “out of the box” and i was hoping we can get something equally awesome and supported
What are your plans (or existing features I may have missed) to support huge worlds in terms of coordinate systems? Is there a way to do origin re-basing or something like that to avoid the loss of float precision at extreme world coordinates?
I`m also interested in more info about the landscape-system. And like the question above, will it be options for open-world creation (Fallout 3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)?
EDIT: Will the Realistic Weapons Pack include animations?
Could you guys talk a little bit about the packager. (just in general)
I packaged an early demo of my team’s game a couple of days ago and while i managed to finally get it packaged and working, i hit a couple snags.
I noticed the shipping setting removes the console?
What is the primary difference between debug game and development?
Are there any other noteworthy things about the packager we should know?
EDIT: OH OH! Any of you know about getting a dedicated server running on Azure? We did required port opening business but couldn’t get it work. Got it to work on our personal machines though (over internet).