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Discussion HDRP vs URP does it matter for multiplayer?

Discussion in 'Multiplayer' started by FlightOfOne, Jan 7, 2022.

  1. FlightOfOne

    FlightOfOne

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    Hello,

    Is there a relevance to what render pipe you will be using for multiplayer performance, does it matter at all which one I choose?

    The way I see it is multiplayer and render pipe are on two separate layers. Each will have their own performance concerns but have little effect on each other. Is this a valid assumption?

    Any insight would be appreciated. This is for a PC game.

    Thanks!
     
  2. pythonproKiamehr_Unity

    pythonproKiamehr_Unity

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    I have the same Goal. They don't really matter. It really matters how good your unity skills are.
    fortunately, Uh HDRP is for high graphics(its What i'm currently chose); meanwhile URP is for High 'quality' graphics:
    So if you want good ricey graphics go with HDRP; if u want Ricey High quality graphics go with URP.

    From the Python-dev
    And if you wanna ENABLE multiplayer download this(im not the author):
    https://github.com/rlabrecque/Steamworks.NET/releases
    The file linked down below.
    scroll down and click on the 3rd one.
    then import it to yo project.


    Thanks
    Kiamehr E.
     

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  3. MrBigly

    MrBigly

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    His original post was 18 months ago. Strange how no one answered him all this time. The answer seems pretty obvious, yes?

    They should only conflict in competition for available common resources, such as memory or cores.
     
  4. AcidArrow

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    There has been no replies because there are not enough details. What kind of game? Multiplayer isnt enough info.

    Because HDRP for example is pretty infamous for munching on CPU power, and if he is also making a cpu heavy genre maybe URP would suit his needs better.
     
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