Taken from a reddit thread: “Most of the non-blackboard AI functions are really buggy anyways, and I was only able to get error tolerant AI using the behavior tree.”
- this indicates that if using Behavior trees, it is harder to make bad errors in your AI
Taken from a reddit thread: “In my (admittedly very limited) experience, it’s biggest benefit is that it’s a tool designed around creating AI specifically. It makes you structure your logic in a way that is visually easier to troubleshoot in simulation as your AI gets more complicated.. but logically I don’t think it does anything magical that couldn’t be done without it.”
- this also indicates the same and also that the more complex your AI, the more Behavior trees shine.