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Where can I find my packaged game?

Packaging. I played around with this to see how it would work. It works good for development, and I wanted to try packing to shipping (That's just how I wanted to test my game sample). It goes through the processes like it is packing but once it's done, I can't see anything. No folders, files or anything. It's as if it did nothing. (I have it set up to save my packaged files on my desktop)

Also, there is a menu to add descriptions to your game when packaging it such as version number, company name, etc. This also doesn't seem to work to my knowledge. When I look at my newly packaged files, (Mainly focusing on the binary file that launches the game) all of that description info is the default Unreal Engine info instead.

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asked Apr 07 '14 at 03:15 AM in Packaging & Deployment

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Saudademaru
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Hey Saudademaru,

When you packaged your game for Development, did it create a folder on your Desktop? Have you looked in that same folder for your Shipping build? Take a look in that folder, open the folder for your project, then open Binaries > Win32 and you should find what you're looking for.

Let us know if you still can't find it and we'll dig a little deeper.

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Ben Halliday

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answered Apr 07 '14 at 03:06 PM

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I was able to find it this time in the Win32 folder. There was a time where it wasn't showing up but that seems to be working fine now.

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