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    Thanks for the community wiki team who are gradually filling up the wiki with legacy content. It would be great if there could be an official fix for this, particularly where all wiki links point to this forum, which doesn't help users find help easily.
    David Gillespie
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      I was about to start learning unreal only to find THIS. No documentation.
      If you behave like that I'm through with you unreal. GG not
      I'll see what Unity has in offer.


        As many of you have seen, in a wonderful act of community collaboration, a new unofficial Unreal Engine Wiki is now available at at! Moving forward, the content from the official Unreal Engine Wiki can be found at and we’re working closely with the curators to ensure the completeness of the data transfer.

        If you’d like to connect with over 100 community members who are contributing to this new Wiki, and share your own knowledge, join their Discord!

        Thanks to the amazing efforts of Erasio, MonsOlympus, nickglenndotcom, FunAndFriendly, and so many others who have jumped in to maintain and build upon the information that lived on the official Unreal Engine Wiki.

        A sampling of the available community resources can be found here:
        Last edited by Amanda.Schade; 04-14-2020, 10:44 AM.


          Thanks Amanda, Moth Doctor and others have been hard at work I really havent done a whole lot yet but I plan to support the community wiki as much as I can, this will most definitely be a long game since Unreal Engine is here to stay

          Originally posted by eblade View Post
          With the loss of both Beyond Unreal and Epic's Unreal wiki, the community has lost (at least temporarily, I think there's a mirror of Beyond Unreal back up now, somewhere, but i'm not sure on that) an absolutely incredible amount of information spanning decades of experience.
          I am glad I'm not the only one around who remembers the Beyond Unreal Wiki, I use the wayback machine to get to parts of that wiki but I'm not sure if its all preserved or not. I do miss those times but the community has grown so much larger now, it's more global, I just hope I can help others in the same way I was helped from those early days of UT200x, to UT3, UDK and now UE4. If it wern't for the mod community I really wouldn't be here helping on documentation for a fully blown engine so big shout outs to the old Beyond Unreal crew (you know who you are) and all those who are no longer at Epic. Much respect


            That are good news. Thanks to everyone involved!


              Why can’t we put a read-only archive online currently?
              The Wiki, even in it’s read-only state, was presenting security risks, and it was deemed necessary to take it offline.
              Fix the risks and keep it online then? Why to even consider taking it down?