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Post by Eorl @ 11:47am 19/06/12 | 3 Comments
Unity Technologies has today revealed their latest technology jump, the Unity 4 Engine. Featuring a wide range of next generation capabilities, this new engine will be shortening the gap between AAA studios and indie game designers by offering a universal experience that allows anyone to create great games.

Offering a massive overhaul on the engine and the tools suite, Unity 4 will be offering DirectX 11 support, hypermodern mobile graphics, new animation system, and the addition of Adobe Flash and Linux as new publishing platforms.
“We’ve been working on Unity 4 for a long, long time and are happy to finally be able to unveil its imminent arrival and outline its core features that will change the industry,” said David Helgason, CEO, Unity Technologies. “The revolutionary animation system and add-on deployments to Adobe Flash and Linux are some of the critical features introduced in Unity 4, which together maintain Unity as the strongest, fastest evolving modern games development platform available.”
For those interested in more about Unity 4, you can check out the trailer below detailing all the new features and also check out the official website for a range of tutorials and glimpses into the future of Unity.




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Latest Comments
eXemplar
Posted 12:33pm 19/6/12
Seeing the editors in this and the new unreal engine really makes me wonder what valve is going to do, if anything, to stay current with their source engine. Using hammer is like pulling teeth, honestly.
Midda
Posted 02:26pm 19/6/12
I've only just started the video, and I already hate the douchebag being interviewed. Look at his stupid f*****g collar.

EDIT: Okay, actually watched the rest of the video. Retargetting animations in realtime sounds really handy. Linux support is cool too.

last edited by Midda at 14:26:57 19/Jun/12
Khel
Posted 04:19pm 19/6/12
Comes with a price hike too, $1500 for a pro license for Unity 4 instead of the current $1000 for 3.5. Still pretty easily affordable though and worth it by the sounds.
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