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Accessing actor in sub level

I'm creating an endless runner type game where the persistent level BP loads sub levels using the following function:

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This function works as expected, but I need to be able to access a particular actor inside the level that was loaded to determine where the next level should be loaded. The Load Level Instance node returns a Level Streaming Kismet reference, but there's very little I can do with it. I've tried using an interface but the function doesn't actually run.

Is there a way I can do this?

Product Version: UE 4.14
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asked Dec 12 '16 at 08:26 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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Given your use case (knowing where to spawn the next sub-level instance), instead of trying to access an actor inside your sub-level, I would just have your sub-level tell a central location (like GameInstance) where the next level should be spawned:

1) Create a NextLevelLocation Transform variable in your Game Instance or Game Mode

2) On the Begin Play of all your sub-levels, get the transform of that actor you're talking about and save it into the NextLevelLocation variable.

3) When you load a new sub-level instance, just pull the location from the NextLevelLocation variable.

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answered Dec 12 '16 at 08:58 PM

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Thanks for the help, works perfectly!

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