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Voxel-Based Infinite Procedural Generation


I dont really want the whole already done project and would like to avoid plugins if possible but i will use them if needed.

what i am going for is a Blueprint Only Method to Generate a World Like minecraft Using a "Seed".

I want some hints and stuff to what i should do. i do know about Perlin noise and stuff but i dont know where to actually poke my nose in.

Product Version: UE 4.21
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asked Jun 17 '19 at 08:18 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image HarryHighDef Jun 17 '19 at 08:41 AM

Learn C++, You can do it in blueprint but without code it will be slow and just very messy.

For either code or BP you will probably want to look at RandomStreams to help with the seeding.

avatar image SupDeity Jun 17 '19 at 09:47 AM

i do know C++. however im not familiar with unreal c++ and i just think using unreal c++ is just a hassle.

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