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Inventory Integration

A SteamAPI Inventory Interface Integration for blueprints.

  • サポートされたプラットフォーム
  • サポートされたエンジンバージョン
    4.25 - 4.27, 5.0
  • ダウンロードのタイプ
    エンジン プラグイン
    この製品には、コード プラグインが含まれており、ビルド済みのバイナリと Unreal Engine に統合される全ソースコードが完備されています。任意のエンジン バージョンにインストールし、プロジェクト毎に有効化することが可能です。

A SteamAPI Inventory Interface integration that will allow you to implement a fully working Steam Inventory only using blueprints with the fewest nodes possible in the easiest way. This plugin allows you to do anything that the SteamAPI Inventory Interface allows for using blueprints.

テクニカルノート

IMPORTANT

This plugin is safe to use on the client unlike the WebAPI. This plugin will not function properly without a correctly setup Inventory Service that you do through your Steamworks account that is linked with your Steam AppID. You can test this plugin with limited functionality by using the Spacewar AppID (480). Please use the documentation and example content as guidance; however it may require some tweaking within Blueprints to work with your personal Steamworks AppID.


Requires:

  • OnlineSubsystem
  • OnlineSubsystemUtils
  • OnlineSubsystemSteam

These should already come pre-installed with the engine and should be automatically enabled as soon as you enable the plugin within your project.


Features:

  • Get Steam Item Definitions
  • Download user's Steam inventory
  • Consuming/Exchanging user's Steam items
  • Item Drops
  • Granting promotional items
  • Item stack manipulation within a user's Steam Inventory.
  • Item generation (For Developers only)
  • Steam item dynamic properties
  • Steam item purchase (micro-transactions)


To see all functions please see the documentation below.


Number of Levels: 1

Number of Blueprints: 14

Number of C++ Classes: 8

Supported Target Build Platforms: Win64, Win32

Documentation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_pjYUOCsewF0ojKm0A2FBBYSVIG0jEJefISjJdBOxSA/edit?usp=sharing


Disclaimer

This plugin does not have any association with VALVE. It only utilises the SteamAPI they provide for public use.