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Story mode must be completed to access multiplayer?

Trust me, it sounds a lot easier than it sounds.

So, in the horror video game that I'm making, there are two modes: story-based levels known as Chapters, and simply Multiplayer. I want the player to be required to beat the story of the game before they have the ability to access multiplayer. Does anybody know how I can do this? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Product Version: UE 4.13
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asked Jun 22 '17 at 07:31 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image JerichoBLT Jun 23 '17 at 01:46 AM

(Well, I haven't done anything like that yet, but I'm pretty sure you can control that with just one boolean variable.)

Create a boolean variable and name it "StoryComplete?" (Or name it whatever you want, it doesn't matter.) Set the default value to false, and when the player finishes the last chapter of the story, set it to true.

Now, you're probably gonna want this variable to be remembered for saved games. I think all you gotta do is go to the details panel for the boolean, and check the box for "SaveGame".

Now, in your mode select script, (whether it be a menu screen or whatever,) if the player tries to access multiplayer, you can control what happens by simply checking the value of "StoryComplete?" If the value equals true, then continue on to your multiplayer script. If it equals false, then you could simply do nothing, and stay in the mode select, for example.

Does that sound about right? I hope this will set you on your way. :)

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