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    Originally posted by IronicParadox View Post
    As far as I know, you have to be approved by Microsoft/Sony/etc first, and they are pretty picky about it because they don't want an overly saturated market of trash games. Once you have approval by your desired console company, you then apply with Epic. From there, they will decide if they want to give you access to the engine that supports the consoles.

    https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/b...-now-supported has some instructions on the process.
    Well thank you, sir. I believe I never filled out this forum and went to the help center.

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    As far as I know, you have to be approved by Microsoft/Sony/etc first, and they are pretty picky about it because they don't want an overly saturated market of trash games. Once you have approval by your desired console company, you then apply with Epic. From there, they will decide if they want to give you access to the engine that supports the consoles.

    https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/b...-now-supported has some instructions on the process.

    So, here’s how to get started…
    Step 1: Become a Registered PlayStation or Xbox Developer
    Microsoft and Sony require you to register as a developer for their platforms before you can be granted access to source code or tools (such as ours) which target them.

    To register with Sony: http://www.us.playstation.com/develop

    To register with Microsoft: http://www.xbox.com/en-us/Developers/id

    Step 2: Contact Epic to verify your registered status
    If you are accessing Unreal Engine 4 through a custom license, or direct eval, you should email your Epic sales contact.

    If you are a subscription customer, head here and fill out all the appropriate information.

    Finally, Epic will send you an electronic Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) via DocuSign. Once you’ve completed that, we’ll send you an email containing instructions for accessing the console code and tools. This is a manual process for now, so please allow a few days to receive access.

    Step 3: Develop!
    Once you’ve received console access, you’ll need to compile the code for your desired platforms.
    Last edited by IronicParadox; 02-27-2018, 08:00 AM.

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    Originally posted by IronicParadox View Post
    26-12=14 days and of those 14 days, it's only been 10 or 11 business days... Also, just because you make a request for it, doesn't mean that you'll get it.
    What do you base your information if I made a request for it I won't receive code that relates with another company I do business with(Which is technically theirs?). I'd like to know. Besides that, I was really looking for somebody to get on their job or hear a reason or etc. Also I sent one a while back and didn't get a answer(if you read my post).
    Last edited by krisgoku2; 02-26-2018, 11:54 PM.

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    26-12=14 days and of those 14 days, it's only been 10 or 11 business days... Also, just because you make a request for it, doesn't mean that you'll get it.

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  • It's been a month's and made new requests no feedback For development.

    I've made request about Console Development and some previously and never received a response... What's going on?
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