Unity Engine 4.0 Is Now Available

DSOGaming writes: "Following Crytek’s announcement about the free SDK version of CryEngine 3, Unity Technologies announced today that Unity 4.0 is now available for download. Unity 4, announced in June, will consist of a series of updates designed to improve the product through an extensive improvement of existing tech and the rollout of new features."

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PiccoloGR2650d ago

Nice set of features. Seems that Unity Engine 4 could very well rival any modern-day engine

Dee_912650d ago

SWEET!!! ...... how do I use it?

r212650d ago

Sooooo this is free to use right? Cause if it is, I may have something to make during months long holiday :D

ChickeyCantor2650d ago (Edited 2650d ago )

It will be free to an extend ( some features are disabled ).

Not sure how many components come right out of the box. But if you really want to build something substantial, you do need some javascript, boo or C# knowledge.

I love the fact that components are directly compiled to properties for designers to play with just by dragging and dropping it onto their objects.

Their new Animation tool looks damn delicious.

r212650d ago

Cool, thanks for the info :D

SilentNegotiator2650d ago

Definitely learn Javascript for Unity development; Of the 3, it has the best balance of ease and versatility.

ChickeyCantor2650d ago (Edited 2650d ago )


I find C# cleaner and more typesafe. JavaScript is easy to use, but in my experience the people using it make an " easy " mess out of it.

But to each his own.

SilentNegotiator2650d ago


Just so you know, I didn't disagree. Programming is very preferential. Obviously C# is a more specific language, being so related to C++ (I know C++, but I haven't really used C# in anything).

SilentNegotiator2650d ago

I'm more on the art and design end of things, so I'd rather use an easy language any day.

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