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by cod2war on 27 October 2023 - 360 views - 0 comments
Udemy – The Ultimate Input System with Rebinding in Unity
Udemy – The Ultimate Input System with Rebinding in Unity Duration 4h 14m Project Files Included MP4
Info: What you'll learn Learn the new Input System and its 4 main ways of implementation 2D Platformer, 2D top down RPG and 3D example Rebinding System which detects and swap duplicates Transfer your project from the old to the new Input System
If you struggle with the new Input System, or you want to create a functional rebinding system for your game, then you are at the right place.
In this course, you will learn how to use the new Input System in 4 main ways:
Player Input Component
Some of the main ways have iterations within them, of course, we will also go through all those iterations. This gives you knowledge and options to choose what is the best option for your game and coding style.
You can follow the course by downloading Unity projects: 2D Platformer and 2D top-down RPG perspective. After you download them, unzip them and open them through Unity Editor. Then you are ready to start following the lectures. Of course, if you wish, you can use your assets. We will also quickly analyze the input of Unity's official 3D asset and see which workflow they use.
In the last part of the course, we will create a custom rebinding system. This system is really important if you want to make serious commercial games.
Trust me, I have seen it multiple times, you can get negative reviews if you don't have a rebinding system. User experience is limited if players can't adjust the game and controls for their needs. So, every commercial game needs a rebinding system.
The rebinding system from this course is unique, you won't find tutorials about it anywhere else. The system will automatically detect and swap duplicate bindings. The changes are persistent, meaning they will be preserved between play sessions.
That is something every game needs to have, and the players will be thankful because they can set up custom controls.
I respond to all messages if you get stuck anywhere or need help.
Thank you for your time and see you in the course lessons.
Who this course is for: Anyone who wants to learn the new input system Anyone who wants to create commercial games Anyone who wants to transfer projects from the old to the new input system