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Unity 5 game engine now available

Posted on Wednesday, March 04 2015 @ 13:22:30 CET by

Unity Technologies announced the availability of its Unity 5 video game engine. While not as powerful as Unreal Engine 4 in terms of graphics, Unity 5 is still capable of delivering very good graphics and will soon receive integrated Oculus Rift support.

The licensing terms are very favorable for small developers. The personal edition of Unity 5 is available for free with no royalties attached if your project has revenue under $100,000 and funding under $100,000. Bigger projects need to get Unity 5 Professional Edition, which can be had as a $75 monthly subscription or a $1,500 one-time fee.
While I can’t get into all the technical detail on Unity 5 in a short post, I do want to share with you the big ideas that we think define Unity 5.

  • It is a graphics powerhouse capable of rendering beautiful, complex and detailed scenes.

  • The highly extensible and feature rich editor is now 64-bit and is even more robust than ever with additions like our huge suite of integrated audio design tools*. (* full multi-track audio mixer. very cool.)

  • Unity’s industry leading multiplatform support grow with WebGL and improves with better console platform support and the introduction of IL2CPP. Unity now supports 21(!) platforms.

  • With the launch of Unity 5, we are launching Unity Cloud Build which is providing an option to developers to boost their productivity and efficiency through the cloud.



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