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Is it necessary to open level after creating session?

Hi i wanted to know that can creating session and finding session work without opening a level with listen parameter? I wanted players to join the level currently i am in. How it is done in a MMO RPG type game where there is a single level or level streaming and players keep joining and leaving the same level? Also i am not able to understand how the find session works? What happens if I open a level with listen parameter and then create a session? I found that i am unable to find that session when i tried where as when a create a session first and then open a level with listen parameter i can find that session and join it, i wonder why? Is there any documentation on how this create session and find session works? Best regards Atin

Product Version: UE 4.21
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asked Jan 05 '19 at 02:39 AM in Using UE4

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