Ella Oberschneider – Unreal Multiplayer Master


Ella Oberschneider – Unreal Multiplayer Master

Ella Oberschneider - Unreal Multiplayer Master

Ella Oberschneider – Unreal Multiplayer Master


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Sam wrote his first game at 14, hacking together little games in Macromedia Flash during his summer holidays. Not long after, he taught himself C++ followed by Python and web programming. He was hooked.

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Ella Oberschneider – Unreal Multiplayer Master

Ella Oberschneider - Unreal Multiplayer Master

“Went over this course. A lot of good content covering an array of topics in the multiplayer game dev domain. A lot of fun. The instructor does an excellent job. Have looked at a lot of courses on this topic and would definitely put this one at the top of them all. Very active Q&A as well, so good on multiple fronts.”

– Ella Oberschneider

Created in collaboration with Epic Games, this course will show you how to create Epic multiplayer experiences using the world class Unreal Engine. This course hits the ground running, instantly getting you playing your own multiplayer games with other students.

As the engine underpinning many AAA games (including Fortnite), Unreal is full of tools for creating multiplayer games extremely quickly. However, knowing where to with Unreal Engine can be intimidating.

With a massive feature set and little documentation, you get stuck understanding where to begin. This course makes understanding Unreal super easy. Not only do we show you how to use the engine, but we teach you the fundamental concepts. These skills allow you to pick up new features for yourself.

This course is aimed at beginner to intermediate Unreal users with some knowledge of C++. Not too confident? Don’t worry, the course will take you through everything step by step and give you plenty of practice to build up that confidence with coding.

We don’t assume any knowledge about networking or multiplayer games. We will teach you about everything you need to know about networks from the basics of latency in networks to the advanced topics of state synchronisation.

This course will not teach you to make a massively multiplayer game. But it will teach you the fundamentals you need to understand how an MMO could be built.

Note: access to this course comes with an optional, free community site where you can share games and 3D models, as well as connect with other students.

Become a multiplayer master now, you won’t be disappointed!

“Great content and very well explained. I couldn’t stop watching videos!”

– Vicente Román Ibañez

What will you learn in this course?

Build multiplayer games.
Share games with a large audience.
Connect games via the Steam APIs.
Understand the challenges of computer networks.
Understand how Unreal replicates state.
Build UI with UMG and C++.

“Great course! Very in depth, but still well explained throughout. A lot of bonuses throughout the course, that you don’t want to miss.”

– Alex Andersson
Your Instructor

Sam Pattuzzi
Sam Pattuzzi

Sam wrote his first game at 14, hacking together little games in Macromedia Flash during his summer holidays. Not long after, he taught himself C++ followed by Python and web programming. He was hooked.

In 2010 he went to study Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and he’s been in Cambridge ever since. That is where he caught the entrepreneurial bug and realised he wouldn’t want a traditional job for long. So after a few years working in various jobs to get experience, he quit and ed burning through his savings looking for his calling.

At the end of 2015, he was coaching some friends to improve their programming skills. Realising how much he loved it, he ed creating online courses and reached out to Ben for help. Fast forward and he’s part of the GameDev.tv gang and gets to hang out with our awesome community!

Course Curriculum (00:03:10)

Puzzle Platforms – Connecting Players (04:44:23)

Course Promo (1:58)
Introduction to Puzzle Platforms (2:03)
Connecting Two Players (12:01)
How to Be an Active Student (13:56)
Surveying the Multiplayer Space (11:14)
Meet the Client-Server Model (19:09)
Tips For Not Spawning
Detecting Where Code is Running (17:57)
Mid-section Quiz
Authority and Replication (16:51)
Widgets For FVector Properties (16:01)
Sending The Platform Back (14:37)
Set Up A Simple Puzzle (14:19)
Playing Over The Internet (15:51)
Set Up A Platform Trigger (17:08)
Mid-section Quiz
Handling Overlap Events In C++ (14:04)
Activating Platforms From Triggers (22:45)
When To Use A GameInstance (14:21)
Console Commands With Exec (14:31)
Hosting Servers With ServerTravel (15:33)
Joining Servers With ClientTravel (9:18)
Sharing Your Game On Itch.io (19:25)
Puzzle Platforms Wrap-up (1:21)
End Of Section Quiz
The UE4 Network Compendium

Menu System – Polishing Our Game (04:23:36)

Introduction to Menu System (1:00)
Create a Menu Blueprint (17:36)
Accessing UI Classes in C++ (19:56)
Load And Display UMG In C++ (10:09)
Potential Error Messages
Changing UI Input Modes (12:25)
Advanced UMG Widget Layout (19:09)
Mid-section Quiz
Custom Buttons And Fonts (13:45)
Solution: Custom Buttons And Fonts (7:34)
Connecting UMG to C++ (9:05)
Initialisers and UButton Callbacks (11:54)
Interfaces To Invert Dependencies (15:59)
Solution: Injecting Dependencies (6:08)
Mid-section Quiz
Deactivating Menus (13:11)
Sub-Menus With Widget Switchers (7:40)
Solution: Styling Our Sub-Menu (12:57)
Navigating Menus In C++ (15:23)
Reading Text Fields From C++ (18:32)
Challenge: Loading In-Game Menus (21:21)
Challenge: Leaving A Server (15:39)
Quitting A Game From C++ (13:12)
End Of Section Quiz
Menu System Wrap-up (1:01)
What Now?

Online Multiplayer (06:38:54)

Introduction to Steam Multiplayer (1:04)
Getting The Steamworks SDK (9:02)
Errors Building SpaceWar
Building SpaceWar In Visual Studio (16:06)
Building SpaceWar In Xcode (8:52)
Testing Steam Lobbies (9:15)
The Online Sub-System (16:16)
NULL Sub-System For Testing (9:49)
Memory Management In C++ (13:32)
Mid-section Quiz
Creating Online Sessions (16:39)
Destroying Online Sessions (11:44)
Finding Online Sessions (12:08)
Query Parameters & Session Settings (12:11)
Lists Of Widgets With ScrollBox (20:16)
Populating The Server List (20:15)
Mid-section Quiz
Selecting A Server (18:43)
Joining A Session (15:38)
Enabling The Steam OSS (13:44)
Enabling Steam In Packaged Builds
“Presence” For Steam Lobbies (14:48)
Mid-section Quiz
Row Selection In Lists (18:40)
Displaying Search Result Properties (21:05)
Debugging The Search Results (11:08)
Custom Session Settings (19:06)
Continued: Custom Session Settings (13:42)
Mid-section Quiz
GameMode And Multiplayer (18:07)
Enabling Seamless Travel (15:19)
Debugging Engine Code (19:43)
Bugs In Steam OSS
ing A Session (20:45)
End Of Section Quiz
Steam Multiplayer Wrap-up (1:17)

Krazy Karts – State Synchronisation And Interpolation (08:16:17)

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Introduction to Krazy Karts (1:17)
Creating A Go-Kart Pawn (17:36)
Understanding Forces And Movement (12:50)
Blocking Movement Without Physics (15:03)
Rotations With Quaternions (14:48)
Simulating Air Resistance (14:39)
Mid-section Quiz
Simulating Rolling Resistance (11:55)
Steering And Turning Circles (15:23)
Server Functions & Cheat Protection (17:35)
AutonomousProxy vs SimulatedProxy (18:18)
Sources Of Simulation Error (11:58)
Mid-section Quiz
Replicating Variables From The Server (16:59)
Triggering Code On Replication (12:04)
Smooth Simulated Proxies (8:36)
Simulating Lag And Packet Loss (18:25)
Replay Autonomous Moves (10:43)
Mid-section Quiz
Planning Client-Side Prediction (16:21)
Replicating Structs (19:16)
Simulating A Move (11:26)
Unacknowledged Move Queue (15:37)
Server Time vs Local Time
Simulating Unacknowledged Moves (9:59)
Fixing SimulatedProxy Prediction (13:13)
Mid-section Quiz
Refactoring Into Components (12:23)
Extracting A Movement Component (18:29)
Extracting A Replication Component (18:58)
Decoupling Movement & Replication (17:06)
Mid-section Quiz
Linear Interpolation For Position (12:29)
FMath::Lerp For Client Interpolation (21:26)
FQuat::Slerp For Rotation (11:33)
Hermite Cubic Spline Interpolation (7:54)
FMath::CubicInterp For Velocity (17:09)
Mid-section Quiz
Refactoring With Structs (19:40)
Client Interpolation Mesh Offset (16:26)
Advanced Cheat Protection (16:22)
Mid-section Quiz
End Of Course Wrap-up (2:21)

Extras (00:00:00)

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