How to Setup Multiplayer in Unreal Engine? | by Infinity Void | Nov, 2023

Setting up multiplayer in Unreal Engine can be a challenge for indie developers, small studios, or 3D artists. The complexities involve not only writing logic for multiplayer games but also managing the building and updating process for both client and server builds, along with redeploying them on cloud servers. Integration with cloud providers like AWS Gamelift or Playfab often adds another layer of complexity due to intricate SDKs.

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To get started, upload your project on our platform. Upon uploading, our platform automatically builds and deploys dedicated servers on the cloud for you. This eliminates the need to worry about downloading a hefty 100GB source build for Unreal or dealing with the intricacies of integrating with cloud services.

Accessing your multiplayer game on our platform is straightforward. Thanks to free pixel streaming, the client build of your application is automatically hosted on web. Once you enter your application, you’ll find yourself in a persistent multiplayer environment.

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