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Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that starting today, a public preview of Unity for PlayStation Mobile will be made available. Similar to the beta version that has been available to select developers, the public preview will allow users to create content for Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld using the rather popular Unity engine.
SCE will continue to make improvements to the beta and public preview versions of
“Unity for PSM,” and will offer developers an official version of the solution with system enhancements starting this summer. Developers will be able to create PSM content by utilizing “Unity for PSM” without having to pay any extra charges if they already own licenses for the free version of “Unity” or “Unity Pro,” which provide a full professional suite of tools and rendering power. The official “Unity for PSM” removes the need for extensive re-coding, allowing developers to easily port their games created for iPhone, iPad, and Android based devices to launch on PSM and deliver their content to PS Vita users worldwide.
Alongside the public preview, Sony has also revealed that the PS Mobile Developer Program will be expanding to an additional 12 countries, and PlayStation Store for PSM will be launching in four new countries. The PSM Developer Program will expand to an additional 12 countries starting May 29 and will soon be available in Australia, Brazil, Columbia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, and Thailand.

“With these expansions, SCE will offer support to a wider range of developers in a total of 32 countries and regions, and deliver new PSM content for PS Vita in 22 countries,” said the firm.












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