If you look at the third person project in the Learn tab of the Epic launcher, you will start on a small level with a set of stairs. You can see the PC climb the stairs normally. The walk animation copes with the stairs automatically, as long as the stair is physics-enabled (the game can tell when the PC’s foot collides with the step).
Or are you talking about an animation where, for example, the PC uses the bannister while walking up the stairs?
Are you talking bout Foot IK? That could be implemented for the feet to align with any uneven terrain, including stairs. I dont know what Jezcentral was talking about. In the basic third person project, the character does not have foot IK and does not use different locomotion animations for stairs. The capsule just collides with the stairs, but the animation doesnt
This is correct. I was just trying to get the OP clarify what the problem was; whether (s)he knew that you coud walk up the stairs anyway, or if they were looking to carry out a particular action when doing so. However, you were right that I was mistaken about the foot colliding with the stairs. Thanks for picking up on that.
Except it really doesn’t work well when taken out of its own context, at least for beginners. If there was a tutorial or an add-on or something that could be incorporated into a new project, that would be cool.