quite often the Construct 2 tutorials will be fine to follow in Construct 3. However, you are likely to find some changes, often differences in user interface.
As your new to Construct, and multiplayer is quite a complex topic, I would advise you to at least complete a couple of Construct 3 tutorials first. This will help you get a feel for how Construct works, and hopefully if you find something that doesn't match up in the C2 tutorials you will know how to work around it.
You may also find it useful to look at the multiplayer example projects, you can find them under the "advanced examples" tab on the start page.
Hi, thanks for your reply. I will do try some tutorials first, I just wanted to make sure what I had plans for, I could do.
I haven't actually opened Construct yet because I wanted to check things out to see if what I need can be done and I wasn't sure if it was a timed trial, if I understand correctly now that I read, it is just a less featured version of the full.
I wasn't aware that there were sample projects, I will check them out tomorrow and get an idea of how things are.