I created a blueprint. I added several components to the blueprint. I made it follow a target point and it does it correctly. I'd like to make the NPC make this way to the target point faster, but I do not know how to set the speed. How I Created: Components of the NPC: I've clicked on all components looking for a way to set their speed. I also clicked Class Settings and Class Defaults, but nothing resulted. Then I tried to find some function or command related to the speed, taking a reference from the NPC itself: I added values to tranform, but did not change the result in the game at all: Links that I clicked at the time I typed the title of the question: How do I change the speed of an object without changing path travelled? Changing speed of an object … [Read more...] about How to change the speed of an NPC?
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The advent of USB as a ubiquitous connection standard is one of the best things to happen to the PC. Though more recently, spec upgrades and convoluted rebranding efforts have taken something awesome and made it frustrating. That might change when USB4 arrives.USB4 promises to bring sense to what has become a nonsensical mess of specs, features, and connection types. The USB Promoter Group, the standards body in charge of the USB specification, has formally introduced the USB4 specification in draft form today, with hopes of finalizing the standard within the next few months.So, what exactly makes USB4 so promising? For one, it will again double the speed of USB, from 20Gbps recently introduced in USB 3.2 Gen 2x2, to 40Gbps via two-lane operation over certified cables.Beyond the raw speed increase, though, USB4 ditches the Type-A connector that dominates the landscape and wholeheartedly embraces Type-C, which is a smaller and reversible connector as shown in the image at the top of … [Read more...] about USB4 spec is coming to clear up confusion and again double the speed of USB
I just started playing SNOW, a free-to-play open world winter sports game that left Early Access this month. There's skiing and snowboarding on two different mountains, challenges and multiplayer, X-Game events, and other activities.It's fun, and while most of its features are part of the Ultimate Edition DLC that'll cost you $20, there's still a decent amount to do in the free version. As a beginner, I also appreciate the feature in SNOW that lets you rewind the last ten seconds of your run when you crash, so you can correct whatever mistake you made. Or, in my case, you can make a slightly different mistake.There's a good tutorial that walks you through the basics of skiing, snowboarding, jumps, rail slides, flips, spins, grabs, and other tricks. Though the Steam page recommends a controller I found most of it works pretty well with mouse and keyboard.But that's not all I found.After some practice with free exploration on the beginner mountain, I decided to try some of the X-Game … [Read more...] about This pleasant open world skiing game hides nightmares at the edges of its map
WASHINGTON, Jan 18 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will meet with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un at the end of February at a place to be announced later, the White House said on Friday.Trump met for an hour and a half with North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol on Friday afternoon to discuss denuclearization and the second summit, according to the White House. (Reporting by Lisa Lambert and Susan Heavey Editing by James Dalgleish) … [Read more...] about Trump and N.Korea’s Kim to meet again at the end of February
Developer 11 Bit Studios has announced that its bleak anti-war survival game, This War of Mine, will be heading to Switch on November 27th.Like 11 Bit Studios' more recent Frostpunk, This War of Mine is a offers a sobering, thoughtful take on a familiar gaming genre. However, where Frostpunk opts to examine questions of morality through the lens of a post-apocalyptic city builder, This War of Mine adopts the guise of a side-scrolling stealth-survival game, in which you're charged with keeping a small groups of civilians alive for as long as possible.11 Bit Studios' fascinating title unfolds in the midst of unnamed war, splitting the core gameplay loop into day and nighttime. By day, you're free to explore the derelict building that your band of survivors calls home, embarking on a crafting and maintenance regime in order to make a more habitable homestead. By night, though, you take to the city, stealthily exploring the occupied streets in order to find essential supplies. As the … [Read more...] about Sombre survival game This War of Mine heads to Switch at the end of the month