Where should I start on learning UE4?


May I introduce myself, I’m a 19 y/o modder and mapper who worked with the old but gold CryEngine 1 for the game Far Cry 1 for 3 years, so I have developed world building skills aswell as basic understanding of working with a engine from it. My creations there were seen as the most beautiful so I might just have a natural talent for level designing.

I also took the time to teach myself Python and C++, which I succeeded to do so but I’ll need to refresh my mind again as I haven’t touched that in half a year now.

I used to fiddle around with UE4 so I have some experience with it. I reinstalled it today and managed to learn blueprint scripting for materials aswell as creating good landscapes from youtube courses.

My ambition is to become a game maker. I’d need full blueprint knowledge for that but I dont know how and where to start to learn it. Or just how to get the hang out of UE generally and build my way up. I already read the documentation epic has to offer.


here is a link to the unreal reddit, on the right side, if u scroll down, you will find a tutorial section, click on each tab, and compare them to each other, find one u like and start, they range for simple to extreme, so I hope you’ll find what ur looking for.

God Bless you. May Jesus Christ be Charitable unto you.

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