MultiWorld  1.3.0
Manage multiple isolated UWorld instances simultaneously in Unreal Engine, transferring player and actors between worlds.
MultiWorld plugin for Unreal Engine 5

Introduction

MultiWorld is a plugin for Unreal Engine 5 to handle multiple independent UWorld instances simultaneously. You can run several worlds in parallel, each one with completely isolated actors and components (and so with independent graphics, audio, physics, collisions, UI, etc), with the option to transfer the player and other actors between the worlds.

Links

MARKETPLACE: https://www.unrealengine.com/marketplace/multiworld

Changelog: Changelog

Discord server: https://discord.gg/PuAyhDctHp

Support forum: https://forums.unrealengine.com/unreal-engine/marketplace/1823908-multiworld-run-different-worlds-in-parallel-with-the-option-to-transfer-players-and-actors

Example project:

Video tutorial: https://youtu.be/P08e0XlLdJU

Main features

The plugin provides everything you need to load and manage independent Worlds simultaneously. Each world is an independent UWorld instance, owning an managing its own actors and components. Supported features:

For the complete list of functionalities, look through the UMultiWorldStatics interface.

IMPORTANT The plugin has some technical limitations, please read about them carefully.

Quick start

For a quick-start using the plugin, you can read the Getting Started guide. It shows how quickly and easily the plugin can be used.

Important concepts are described in the Main Concepts section. It contains more details about the plugin and information about advanced features.

To correctly use the plugin, you should read the Setup and Checklist guide. It describes the Project Setup required to use the plugin and a number of importante technical notes.

Near all the functionalities of the plugin are available through a single Blueprint Function Library: UMultiWorldStatics. Look through it to discover all the available methods.