Game developers stay tuned, a new version of Unity Engine has been released for Linux, version 5.3 brings a number of patches to the penguin platform.
Game developers stay tuned, a new version of Unity Engine has been released for Linux, version 5.3 brings a number of patches to the penguin platform, check out:
Unity Technologies, developer of the popular Unity game engine, has announced an updated Linux version of its publisher. Based on version 5.3.1, the new "Unity Engine" brings Linux users a number of enhancements and fixes. Major modifications include integration with web-based browser games and improved support for OpenGL.
The release for Windows and Mac was announced at the end of 2015, while the release for Linux is still coming out a few weeks after the release for other systems, but this should be stabilized over time.
The only distribution officially supported by Unity Technologies is Ubuntu, with a .deb installer, however they have prepared an installed SH for any other GNU / Linux based system, so even if you don't use Ubuntu you can enjoy Unity, it's worth remembering It is also only compatible with 64-bit systems.
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