We've found 7 YouTube channels that can help you learn and master Unity.
Unity is one of the most popular game engines out there and it is free for personal use. There are a lot of popular games that were made in Unity, such as Cuphead, Genshin Impact, Hearthstone, Cities: Skylines, and many others. Whether you're a seasoned Unity user or a beginner, we hope these channels will help you master your art.
It would be strange not to start the rating with the official Unity channel. There, you can find unity updates and how to work with them right from the source. You can also find exclusive breakdowns from Unity-made games' creators in Creator Spotlight as well as streams and workshops from numerous content makers.
Here, you can find great game development tutorials, which everything from programming to game design. The channel will help you create your own games both in 2D and 3D. The videos are quite short, so don't be afraid you'll be stuck sitting in front of the screen for hours at a time.
Code Monkey is a professional indie game developer who teaches others the craft of game making using C#. Aside from practical advice, Code Monkey regularly posts new tools that can be found on Unity Asset Store and shows games made in Unity.
On this channel, Noa Calice shares tutorials organized by different topics. For example, you can watch the AI series to learn how to set up the characters' AI to suit whatever game you're making. You can also find playlists on how to customize characters or make specific types of games. The channel also provides a behind-the-scenes look on how the author makes his own games.
Stefan Persson creates assets, games, music, and sound effects. On this channel, you can learn how to create games, assets, and animation, as well as see the creation of Persson's procedural planets that are now available on Unity Asset Store.
If you want to learn how to work with lighting, UGuruz is the channel you need. The channel provides tutorials on lighting and rendering and will help you make your projects as realistic as possible.
We hope this list will help you learn Unity or just find something interesting to try. Of course, this is just a small part of all the great Unity creators. We are sure you have your own favorites, so share their YouTube channels in the comments and join our new Reddit page, our new Telegram channel, on Instagram or Twitter.