Submitted by john2 538d ago | news

Two Million Developers Registered Using The Unity Engine For Current & Next Gen Projects

Unity Technologies announced that after reaching 1 million registered developers just over a year ago, the community has now surpassed 2 million, cementing Unity as one of the largest and most active developer communities in the world. (PC, PS3, PS4, Unity, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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Viper7  +   538d ago
No wonder, it's a fairly compelling and powerful package even without the pro features. Not to mention it's fairly beginner friendly while still fairly flexible for professional developers.

Sure it isn't answer to everything, but then again what is?
PersonaPersons   538d ago | Spam
maniac76  +   538d ago
Unity is for weakr consoles lmao,no. All that and about 50 devs will or will not put shite out worth ur time lol. Unity was used on all wii shovelware lmfao
Alexious  +   538d ago
What are you smoking, dude? Unity can be decently powerful in the right hands (and hardware). Also, quite a few important games are being made for it.

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