Hello everyone, I’m Dağhan. Last week, we introduced the User Interface (UI), and mentioned the login part with Metamask. This week, I would like to give some information about the next step and share some of our menus with you.
After the login process, I don’t want to take the easy way out by naming this page as “Play Screen” cause there is a huge play button in the middle of the screen so as being overly creative, I call this one “Entrance Screen”. Here, you can think of it as a kind of screen where you can make settings beforehand that metaverse entry.
As in the login screen, our “EXIT” key is located in the upper left corner, and our “SETTINGS” key is located in the upper right corner. If I need to introduce the rest of the screen before moving on to the Settings section, you can see the user name of the account you selected and actively connected at that time, and the “PLAY” key below.
Here, my advice to you is to go to the “SETTINGS” section before pressing “PLAY” and review your settings for a better experience the first time. You can see “AUDIO SETTINGS”, “HOT KEYS”, “GRAPHIC OPTIONS” and “CREDITS” sections in the pop-up that appears when “SETTINGS” is pressed. You can learn more about us in the “CREDITS” section.
As for the “AUDIO SETTINGS” you can change the master volume from there, or you can change the SFX or music volumes separately. Even if it is not in the first versions, we plan to update this menu as metaverse develops to add more audio settings.
Secondly, if you come to the “Hot Key” section, you will see the keys you can use in the metaverse. Remember that you can make the changes you want from there, but I would like to point out that you should not forget to save these changes to take effect. As you can see in the picture, some keys have been designed for the pre-alpha version. Please note that these may change and/or be updated in future versions.
Finally, the menu you should look at for the first time will be the “GRAPHIC OPTIONS” menu. Here, you can adjust the graphics settings with many features Unreal Engine brings, as well as adjust all the settings at once from the “ALL SETTINGS” section. You can also choose your Frame Rate limit, Window Mode or Display Resolution. In addition, with “OPTIMAL SETTINGS”, you can enable the system to choose the most suitable settings for your operating system.
If we have wrapped up the settings, the only thing we have to do is press the play button, but I say pause, not play here, and I want to leave the rest of the topic for the next week. See you next week, take care!