Unity Technologies have just released Unity 4.0, an update to the hugely popular development engine being used for such games as inXile’s Wasteland 2 and Obsidian’s Project Eternity.
Obsidian’s Project Eternity uses the Unity engine
Unity 4.0 includes a bunch of new and improved features, making it even simpler and more powerful to use for game developer’s world over. It includes:
- Linux deployment preview
- Flash publishing
- DirextX 11 support
- Mecanim animation tools
- Hard dynamic shadows for mobile games
- Dynamic fonts
- Lightmapped scenes
For the full rundown, check out Unity’s what’s new page.
With a number of high-profile games now using the Unity engine such as Wasteland 2 and Project Eternity, things are looking good for Unity developers!