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Unreal engine 2 or 3?

Discussion in 'Level Editing - Basic' started by GoAt, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. GoAt

    GoAt Never wrong

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    9 years after my first frag in UT, the itch to learn the editor must now be scratched.

    Now, i have a very extensive tutorial on the editor that comes with 2k3. Would it be best to learn that before moving to what comes with UT3?
    I also have some very basic knowledge on the original editor.

    (since i know this will be asked)
    The maps are going to be exported to 3ds max for use in another game.
     
  2. OrionCo30

    OrionCo30 New Member

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    Having used all the editors of the Unreal series, I recommend that you start directly with UT3. It is no harder to learn than the others, and there are very significant differences between it and the previous editors. Learning 2k3 first would make things a lot more confusing when switching to UT3. Just my opinion.
     

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