Update – we have announced a new Unity game developer kit (GDK) that is an improved version of our SDK. Find out more here.
It’s not been long since we launched our experimental integration of SpatialOS and Unreal Engine 4 at GDC 2017 where we were also able to show footage from DUSK - a game-jam style technical implementation of the integration. DUSK takes the form of a multiplayer, survival-horror game set on a desolate, science-fiction planet and was made by breakout teams of SpatialOS designers and engineers over a short period of time - read more about their story in their blog post.
Since then, work has continued on DUSK to refine the gameplay loop and stress-test the integration.
We’re now at a point where we would like to share our source-code with you to explore and play with. DUSK is by no means "best practice" for working in UE4 with SpatialOS but please take a look at what we were able to achieve in just a few weeks.
Work on our Unreal integration, and on DUSK itself, will continue as we look to refine the code and workflow of developing on our platform in the Unreal engine - so you can expect changes and updates from us in the future.