Unreal Engine 4 Mastery: Create Multiplayer Games with C++ is available NOW!

My Udemy course Unreal Engine 4 Mastery: Create Multiplayer Games with C++ is available now! Get it via Udemy.com at a massive launch discount right now!

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Approved by Epic Games and taught by former Epic Games engineer, Tom Looman, this course teaches you how to use C++ so you can build your own games and artificial intelligence in Unreal Engine 4.

If you have a bit of programming know-how but are new to C++ game development, then this course is for you! Unreal Engine 4 Mastery is also a great fit for current developers who have previous experience with Unity or other game engines. Unleash the full power of the Unreal Engine by taking this step-by-step guide.

In this course, you will:

  • Create two multiplayer-ready games in C++
  • Create multiple types of AI enemies
  • Expose C++ code to Blueprint to unlock the full power of the engine
  • Discover the fundamental classes required to build games
  • Code many common gameplay mechanics like weapons, power-ups, characters, guards, and more
  • Challenge yourself with fun activities that further test your programming knowledge
  • Discover many tricks and features in C++ to get the most out of Unreal Engine
  • Master the fundamentals to build your own dream game

Thanks everyone who signed up for my C++ Unreal Engine 4 course before today! I truly hope you finds it useful and learn how to use C++, multiplayer and AI! Click here to visit my course on Udemy.com

Happy Learning!

Tom

3 Comments

  1. Just a few questions about this course. Is every tool that is used in the course free (visual studio, Unreal etc). I have a laptop with windows 8.1, will that work? Just the windows part, if the technical details of my computer will be enough I have to work out for myself it’s to much to ask for.

    • Good question! So Visual Studio Community and Unreal Engine are free to download and use, during the course I use Visual Assist, a great plugin for Visual Studio which improves quality of life, they do offer 30-day trial and you could do without, but some of my navigation hotkeys won’t be the same among a few other things.

      Windows 8.1 is fine, I recorded the course on Windows 10.

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