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If i don't know/don't want to learn coding such as c++ can unreal's Blueprints system help me?

Hi Guys!Let's say i want to make some cool game...no....a masterpiece!But I don't know coding and even don't want to(I used to know little bit coding,not c++ but i know what's going on)I mean,can I create full game(I think one person can make game like "Little Nightmares" without any problems) or maybe even full BIG game(Like...i don't know......Gears of War 4....for EXAMPLE),using only/max. Blueprints system?Coding is some kind of annoying.I'm currently using Unity 5 but it's still needs to knew coding.In two words I need Game Engine with maximal no need to know programming/coding.Is Unreal Engine good for that.....I'm sorry for my English I'm Italian,besides I'm little bit drunk....anyway thanks!

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asked May 26 '17 at 05:57 PM in Using UE4

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You know Visual Nodes are also Coding. They work exactly like any OOP Coding language out there. The difference is you noodle them together instead of writing lines of Code. So you still got to learn Code one way or the other regardless what Engine you gonna use at the end.

You don´t need C++ but it comes in handy if you want to do things that are not exposed to Blueprints. Usually for Optimisation and core Features. But there are planty of Blueprint only Projects released already.

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answered May 26 '17 at 06:09 PM

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avatar image Silêncio May 26 '17 at 07:32 PM

Thanks for reply dude.Yeaah...I mean of course Visual nodes are coding too,everything I need it's just see this shi*(screenshot) as rarely as possible.Blueprints window is more nicer then this screenshot shi^.Dammit I really didn't need that last shot of rum.

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