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1. August 2017


MonoUE is now available, bringing Mono runtime support to Unreal Engine 4.16 game engine.  This enables you to use C# and F# as development languages for Unreal powered titles.  Right now you need to build a special fork on Unreal Engine from source in order to use MonoUE.


More details about MonoUE:

Features

  • Fully integrated with the Unreal object system and Unreal Editor.
  • C# bindings are generated automatically for all Blueprint-accessible types and members.
  • Objects and functions defined from C# can subclass types defined in C++, and can be used from Blueprint and from the Unreal Editor.
  • Runs on Windows and Mac.

Planned or in development:

  • Visual Studio integration
  • Debugging
  • Hot reload
  • Mobile platform support
  • Cooked builds

Feature requests and and bugs are tracked using GitHub Issues.

For more information, be sure to check out the Github page.

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