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Blender Now Has an Official Asset Store Where Everything is Free

Dubbed Blender Extensions, the platform is now available for testing.

Ahead of the upcoming Blender 4.1 release, the Blender Foundation has officially introduced Blender Extensions, the studio's new official asset store featuring free and open-source add-ons and themes compatible with Blender 4.2, currently in Alpha.

According to the announcement, the platform itself is in its Alpha phase as well, with the studio emphasizing that it's been unveiled for initial public testing to gather feedback and address bugs before the official launch of Blender Extensions. Users are encouraged to interact with the site, upload themes and add-ons, leave reviews, report issues, and thoroughly test it to ensure minimal issues in the release version.

It's also important to note that six add-ons and three themes presently accessible via the platform were uploaded mainly for testing purposes and may be removed at any time.

You can learn more and try out Blender Extensions by clicking this link.

Later this week, the studio also plans to launch Blender 4.1, featuring updates to the software's animation pipeline, new nodes to Compositor, enhancements to the Cycles rendering engine and the Geometry Nodes toolset, upgrades to the modeling, sculpting, and lighting workflows, UI improvements, and more.

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