Build A First Person Shooter Game In 1 Week
Go from knowing nothing about coding to creating a fully functional first person shooter game in just one week with this in depth course designed to be as streamlined and efficient as possible.
Build the foundation for your game by learning to use Unreal Engine 5's blueprint system. Implement the gameplay mechanics you love such as scope attachments, hit indicators, weapon firing, aim down sights, sprinting, heads up displays and much more.
It's All Right Here, Streamlined For You.
This course will guide you through it all, allowing you to build a complete first person shooter game from start to finish, saving you from the frantic search to gather educational resources across the internet
What You'll Learn
Part 1 - Getting Started
Learn how to use Unreal Engine and build gameplay mechanics from typical first person shooter games, all while learning the skills required to design and implement your own.
Part 2 - Weapon Setup
Learn to create a weapon system from scratch, working your way up from implementing animations to adding attachments like scopes and reloading, making your game feel fleshed out and professional.
Part 3 - Environment
Create an immersive environment with intractable objects such as exploding barrels.
Part 4 - Artificial Intelligence
Design enemy AI that engages in combat using a variety of different attacks, providing a challenging and engaging experience for the player.
What Our Students Think
New lessons will be added to this course depending on your feedback and what you'd like to see. And, if you pay for the course once, every new lesson that is added will come at no extra cost, so you can enjoy updates to your FPS game for free.
Founder of Virtus Studios
Luke has been making video games for PC, mobile & consoles for over 10 years.
He has trained students & industry professionals through companies at some of the best educational institutes across the world.
On his YouTube channel, he creates tutorials on Unreal Engine 5 and has helped millions of game developers and has built a following of over 215,000 students.
In 2018 he founded Virtus Studios where he and his team work on a variety of creative projects