Unreal Engine 4 (or 5) requires a certain level of device specifications – the processing power, the graphics, the storage – needs to be strong enough.
Let us check first if your device can handle Unreal. If not – there will be no point taking this course, since you won’t be able to use Unreal.
But don’t worry if you can’t take this course – we have another Game Development course starting soon that will be possible on a browser. All you’ll need is internet. To enquire – click here
To check your PC hardware specs, click on the Windows Start button, then click on Settings (the gear icon). In the Settings menu, click on System. Scroll down and click on About. On this screen, you should see specs for your processor, Memory (RAM), and other system info, including Windows version.
These questions are meant to guide you to whether your device will be able to handle Unreal Engine 4. There’s no point trying to do this course if your device isn’t strong enough. It will either be frustratingly slow or the Unreal software won’t even load.
Remember – if your device isn’t strong enough – we have an online game development course starting soon. This course will only require an internet connection and a browser (Chrome, Edge, Safari etc).
To enquire about this online game development course >> click the button