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April 08

The 2-year support for the first LTS release, 2017.4, ends in April 2020

Unity 2017.4.0 was released on 20th March 2018. It was our first Long Term Support (LTS) version and a significant shift in how we support Unity releases. The next release, 2017.4.40, will be the last in the 2017-stream. With 2019 LTS due to be released soon, it is time to end support for 2017 LTS […]

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April 07

Artists’ best practices for mobile game development

Our partners at Arm have put together a series of in-depth guides to help technical artists and game developers optimize their game art and improve performance when building for varied mobile hardware. Technical artists face the challenge of wanting to build stunning mobile games while keeping assets in line with mobile hardware limitations and performance […]

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April 06

Unity 2020 roadmap: Recapping the tech and solutions coming this year

A lot is happening at Unity this year, and we’re excited to share some of the highlights. So grab your favorite beverage and dive into this post to learn about our recently shared roadmaps on core Unity technology and game-changing offerings for live content, as well as the upcoming Unite Now digital programming series. Unity […]

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April 03

Introducing a new way for you to connect 1:1 with Unity community experts

We launched Live Help so that anyone – whether a beginner or an advanced Unity user – could get help with Unity on demand. Live Help lets you connect with an expert one-on-one to learn about any given topic. Have you ever taken guitar lessons? Piano lessons? How about game development lessons? No? Well now’s […]

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April 02

How real-time 3D (RT3D) experiences are transforming global industries

From its roots in gaming, real-time 3D’s impact now extends across dozens of industries. A new study sheds light on the state of adoption of this technology and how it’s changing the way products and buildings are created, built, monetized, and operated. Just a few years ago, real-time 3D (RT3D) technology was most commonly found […]

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April 01

We’re bringing Unity to you: Unite Now starts April 14

Introducing Unite Now, a digital programming series of talks, demos, Q&As and stories – all available on your favorite device. For you. For all. Live content to keep you on your game With the postponement of events like the Game Developers Conference, we don’t know when we’ll next get to see you in person. But […]

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March 28

Unity supports the World Health Organization’s #PlayApartTogether campaign

We are in a truly unique and challenging time, one where coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting every citizen, country, and culture worldwide. We’re learning from governments that the most important tool we have to help reduce the global death toll from COVID-19 is physical distancing. From California and Copenhagen to Munich, Mumbai and more, state officials […]

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March 27

2020 Call for Code: How creators can help tackle climate change and COVID-19

Unity is fortunate to be a part of a global community of creators and developers who have the skills and expertise to drive real change in our world with new technologies. Call for Code Global Challenge is the largest annual tech competition focused on open-source collaboration. It brings together developers from around the world to […]

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March 26

SketchUp and Rhino plug-ins now available for Unity Reflect

New Unity Reflect release features plug-ins for SketchUp and Rhino, an Android Viewer, compatibility with Unity 2019.3, bug fixes, and other improvements. Today, 60% of all augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) content is powered by Unity. We launched Unity Reflect to bring those real-time 3D experiences in VR and AR to the architecture, […]

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