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Unity Offers an Extensive Look at Unity 6 at GDC 2024

Improved render pipelines, enhanced Shader/VFX Graph, AI tools, and more.

During the ongoing Game Developers Conference 2024, Unity Technologies shared a comprehensive presentation discussing the latest developments in the Unity engine and offering a closer look at Unity 6, an upcoming LTS version of the engine.

First announced at Unite 2023, Unity 6 is set to introduce performance enhancements, accelerated multiplayer game creation, early access WebGPU support, and deeper XR device support. With this release, Unity aims to maximize the use of CPU and GPU, accelerate multiplayer game creation, and introduce "next-level" mobile features, innovative VR device support, and AI tools.

At GDC, the team explained how Unity 6's upgraded rendering pipelines, shader/VFX Graph, and AI tools can help you achieve impressive graphics fidelity and flexibility, showcased new tools like Multiplayer Center and Multiplayer Playmode, discussed the upcoming collaboration tools such as Unity Cloud (with Azure) and Muse project-aware chat, offered another look at new Adaptive Probe Volumes, which deliver more immersive, natural lighting scenarios, and much more. You can watch the full presentation attached above or by clicking this link.

Earlier at GDC 2024, Unity also released its annual Gaming Report, outlining the current state of the game development industry and providing an overview of the past year's main events.

In the report, the team discussed the ongoing economic challenges and explained how developers adapted to them by experimenting, making strategic investments, and taking calculated risks in order to optimize their dwindling resources and make the most out of them. You can learn more and access the full report here.

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  • Testure .

    more bullshit they'll never finish, or will spend 3 years promising updates and then quietly replace it with other bullshit they won't finish.

    anybody still handing John Riccitiello money after the shit he pulled last year needs a reality check.


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