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I'm just getting started with the UDK, with experience in Unity, and would like a good tutorial series about getting to know my way around the basics of level design and a touch on programming. I have found some basic tutorials on level creation, but they are pretty old, and would like to know more.

Thank you!

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closed as too broad by Josh Petrie May 9 at 16:18

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Normally I would say this question is too broad and off topic for this site, but since there is one definitive answer to your question I'll give it: Google it

That being said I like these

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Thanks for the link. I have definitely done my Googling, and found a few things (outdated, like I said), but that's why I posted here. Thanks for the tip! – Keavon Feb 16 '12 at 5:49
@Keavon Here are UDK tutorials on google for the past… – brandon Feb 16 '12 at 16:22

Eat3d has a many high quality UDK tutorials then anybody else. Gnomon has 2 good tutorials on level creation and material.

Raven67854 on Moddb had created huge number of UDK tutorial on some very interesting topic that the commercial trainings doesn't cover. like , Fracture.

Before buying any try these tutorial first. These are from 3dbuzz and now they are freely available on UDN. Also check out other tutorials from 3dBuzz.

As always google and look into youtube for specific topic. Dont forget about, UDK forum. Its very active.

Hope this helps you to have a good start!

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Thanks for the great tips and links! I won't be buying any tutorials, but I'll definitely check out the free ones! Thanks! – Keavon Feb 16 '12 at 5:50

try checking out the youtube channel thenewboston, he went into quite a bit of content on using UDK.

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Thanks, I'll check it out! – Keavon Feb 16 '12 at 5:51

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