Steam API Disabled - Unreal Uses Wrong Version
Hi, I watched Unreal Engine's official blueprint multiplayer tutorial and after video 11 I installed the latest version of steam API (1.44)
I did what documentation says except target.cs, build.cs codes and dlls but it didn't work. Steam interface was visible but when I hosted a lobby and my other pc with a different steam account couldn't join. It found, but couldn't join.
After, I saw a warning when packing the game. Loading Steam API 1.39 (my version 1.44) and Steam API disabled. After then I found other documentation in unreal wiki, added target.cs - build.cs and other dlls but nothing changed.
I can share any logs or other stuff if you want. Thanks for helping.
asked Apr 07 '19 at 12:29 PM in Packaging & Deployment
Apparently, Unreal is not supporting 1.44 as the release notes from unreal 4.22 states to support 1.39 as latest version. I've been using 1.39 for about 6 weeks and I have no issues.
answered Apr 10 '19 at 08:23 PM
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