Unity vs UDK

+15 Bucky Roberts · June 3, 2014
For people who have worked with both Unity and UDK, which one do you prefer and why?

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0 Shrijit Menon · June 20, 2014
Unity is all good and user friendly but it has several limitations, UDK though a bit difficult to grasp initially is much more powerful.
+5 Jesse Pitman · August 7, 2014
I prefer Unity because I use my moms 13 year old windows XP desktop and it works lol.
+2 Anthony Rayan · August 18, 2014
I have used UDK 3.0 and I found it very easy to use.
1. It has wonderful graphics.
2. Easy to understand.
3. Content browser is providing lot of template.
4. Has a remarkable gameplay
+1 Jason Finney · January 5, 2015
i use unity3d but im still learning how to use it
+1 Phouthasak Douanglee · January 6, 2015
Yea I agree Unity is much easier to understand and new user friendly.
+1 Sampan Verma · March 27, 2015
UDK is very easy and powerful. You can do anything in UDK with novice experience. But in Unity 3d, you need a C# coding experience.
So as always UDK is best....
+1 Kuroodo Ditory · March 28, 2015
UDK is irreverent and old.

So as of now, Unity is better than UDK.

But, UE4 is better than Unity.
+1 Bob The Zealot · April 7, 2015
Unity is way better! Crossy Road is made with Unity! Half the games on the Japanese ios app store hot list is made with Unity!
+1 Clark Alaan · April 13, 2015
Hmmm, I'm learning Unity right now and I'm having quite a lot of fun accomplishing the projects it has on the tutorial section of their site. Unity is amazingly easy to learn because of these tutorials.(You don't actually need to have C# experience, the tutorials explain C# pretty well in a step-by-step fashion. Though, it'd probably be better to have some general programming experience.)

Another thing to consider about Unity is it's Assets store. It is easily one of the best features that Unity has and I have no idea if UDK has something like this either. Also I believe that Unity can run on lower-end machines to make simple games.

In any case, I chose to learn Unity because of the fact that it's very easy to learn and there's a lot of people willing to help you with the learning process. There are even online live "classroom" sessions. So yea...

TL;DR: Unity.
0 faisal azizi · May 28, 2015
It have 2 parts :
One is easy to understand 
Second is powerful 
Clearly unity is easy to understand 
Udk is powerful but hard to understand 
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