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Can you use the Forward Renderer in Non-VR Projects

I'm thinking about crawling back to Unreal after looking at other engines for a while, I'd like to know if the Forward Renderer can be used in non-VR projects. I'm looking into an engine that can let me go as far as possible to make a good looking game that can scale down to low end (integrated graphics) and get acceptable performance in games.

Product Version: UE 4.14
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asked Jan 27 '17 at 06:01 AM in Rendering

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Yeah you can use Forward with non-VR, you can use the mobile level renderer on any platform too if youre looking to maximize performance.


Also a note, the engine says that Forward requires Shader Model 5 so depending on what you need that might not be as helpful.

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answered Jan 27 '17 at 07:24 AM

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