Unity wins

One company is aiming to reap the benefits no matter what next-gen console gamers buy. That company is Unity. Announced Thursday at Microsoft’s Build Conference, Unity has entered into a partnership with Microsoft to support the Xbox One among other Microsoft platforms, including Kinect and Smart Glass.

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PerryCaravello1993d ago ShowReplies(1)
Timesplitter141993d ago (Edited 1993d ago )

Unity is amazing. It's true that it isn't the most powerful engine out there but it allows games to actually happen for small teams because of its ease of use. Besides, it's powerful enough for anything a small team can manage.

I'll be trying to develop my first PS4 game soon. Can't wait!

NiteX1993d ago

So it's an engine? Any current games using it? Wonder if it will be as big as UE3.

Alexious1993d ago

Dead Frontier (2008)
Three Kingdoms Online (2008)
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall (2009)
Max & the Magic Marker (2010)
Battlestar Galactica Online (2011)
Family Guy Online (2011)
I Am Playr (2011)
Temple Run (2011)
Shadowgun (2011)
Triple Town (2011)
Rochard (2011)
Escape Plan (2012)
Prime World (2012)
Dead Trigger (2012)
Slender: The Eight Pages (2012)
Endless Space (2012)
Cypher (2012)
Bad Piggies (2012)
Guns of Icarus Online (2012)
War for the Overworld (2013)
Slender: The Arrival (2013)
Cities in Motion 2 (2013)
Temple Run 2 (2013)
République (2013)
Wasteland 2 (2013)
MechWarrior Tactics (2013)
Among the Sleep (2013)
Game of Thrones: Seven Kingdoms (2013)
Interstellar Marines (2013)
Project Eternity (2014)
Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey (2014)
Torment: Tides of Numenera (2015)
Castle Story (TBD)
Kerbal Space Program (TBD)
Shadowrun Online (TBD)

Many more will be coming, though.

HugoDrax1993d ago

I'm currently on level 4 of Shadowgun, and occasionally play Dead Trigger on my iPad 3rd Gen lol. Don't crucify me for mentioning an iOS game. I do own a PS3,XB360, Wii and I have pre-ordered my XB1 and PS4 day one editions lol.

Timesplitter141993d ago (Edited 1993d ago )

it's an engine, used mainly by indie game devs currently.

It's not really an UE3 competitor in its current form because UE3 caters to bigger companies, but the Unity team is working hard on updates and it's already surprising what you can do with this engine.

What's really REALLY cool about it is that you can make your game rapidly on your PC and simply click on a button to deploy it on any platform you like. PS3, X360, Android, iPhone, PS4.... anything

Anon19741993d ago

It's great for indies due to it's price and power, but they aren't the only ones who've taken it on. EA announced back in 2010 they were signing a multi-year enterprise deal with Unity. I understand Square Enix is using Unity now. Nintendo is reportedly using Unity in a big way for future Wii-U games and both Sony and Microsoft have unveiled plans to make plugins available for Unity3d to aid in PS4, Vita and Xbox One development.

Having used UDK, from a developer standpoint I'll take Unity any day of the week, although I know people who use Unreal that have this fanatical dedication to the tool that I just don't understand. I always found it's tools needlessly complicated, and the idea that you have to do all your coding in Unreal Script is just ridiculous, although I'll admit I only spent a few months working with it. It sounds like they may have fixed a few of the issues I had with it in the Unreal Engine 4, although I'm not sure if they're licensing that to anyone but the big guys at the moment.

t3gamenews1993d ago

unity is on wii u also, seems its only not on ps4 now i think.

Timesplitter141993d ago

Unity's partnership with sony for PS4 was announced back in March

t3gamenews1993d ago

hmm well i been using udk, unity for a while its easy to use, guess ill be deving for wii u, ps4, & xbox one. :3

Timesplitter141993d ago

Don't you need the actual paid UE3 (and not just UDK) to release on consoles?

I've used it a long time ago, maybe it has changed

Festano1993d ago

Is a great engine. Many companies will use it.

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