At my university they tend to only update to the latest installations of software about once a year in the summer. I currently am taking a level design course in which we are using UE4. The issue is that the latest version the computers at school have is exactly 4.20.0. I tried going back home and finding that specific version but have had no luck. I do however have what was available on the epic launcher with version 4.20.3, but the issue is that even in my first assignment I experienced crash issues when using the editor back and forth from school and home. I tend to save the files, compress, extract onto/from a flash drive and extract onto a folder within the pc (usually in Downloads) instead of trying to run the engine on the flash drive like a dummy. Is there anyway I can get that exact version of UE4 (4.20.0) since I am unable to update the version at school? If anyone could get back to me that would be much appreciated!
On March 19, 2014, at the Game Developers Conference (GDC), Epic Games released Unreal Engine 4 through a new licensing model. For a monthly subscription at US$19, developers were given access to the full version of the engine, including the C++ source code, which could be downloaded via GitHub. Any released product was charged with a 5% royalty of gross revenues. The first game released using Unreal Engine 4 was Daylight, developed with early access to the engine and released on April 29, 2014.
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