Blender 3.6 LTS is Now Available in Beta

"It's time to test and report any bugs you may find so we can all enjoy a rock stable release in late June."

The Blender Foundation announced that Blender 3.6 LTS, an upcoming long-term support version of the company's open-source 3D software, has officially entered its beta stage, enabling 3D artists and developers to test out the updated software and report any bugs prior to its release, slated for late June.

According to Blender's recenty-updated 2023 roadmap, Blender 3.6 LTS will introduce Simulation Nodes, a long-awaited framework for setting up particle-based simulations, an upgraded UV Packing system, improved Cycles renderer, which will support Light Linking, and many other new features and improvements.

As usual, the team has also shared a look at the upcoming version's splash screen, with this one featuring a stylized Pet Projects artwork by Blender Studio:

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