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Third Party Photon: PUN2 or Fusion for PvP & FPS Game???

Discussion in 'Multiplayer' started by oguzhandelibas, Jan 18, 2023.

  1. oguzhandelibas

    oguzhandelibas

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    Hello Dear Developers.

    As the title suggests, I'm working on an FPS game that I plan to be PvP, but I'm confused about which Photon product I should use.

    After the delays in my projects with PUN2, I'm thinking of starting development with Fusion. But if someone with experience on this can at least give an idea, I would be very pleased.

    Thank you from now,
    I wish everyone good work.
     
  2. tobiass

    tobiass

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    What are the target platforms?
    Fusion is definitely the way to go for shooters and PvP. It has host/server authority and has great synchronization features.
    I'd start by looking into the Fusion 100 series of docs and checking out smaller samples (also in the docs page).
    There is an Asset Store sample for a third person shooter, which is designed for up to 200 players in a match: BR200 but this is the top end.
     
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  3. oguzhandelibas

    oguzhandelibas

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    Thank you for your response. It has been a guide for me.


     
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  4. qNaN

    qNaN

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    PUN is an ancient solution, don't go with that. The price will be the same for Fusion, which is Photon's newest solution.