The Game Developers Conference and Unity Technologies have partnered to curate and host a 3D art contest for games using Unity, with the winners to be displayed at a co-organized showcase during GDC 2018!
The contest is free to enter, and you can do so via the Unity Game Art Challenge website. The deadline to enter is December 31st, and the 12 winners will be notified in late January.
Organizers of the Unity 3D Game Art Challenge are looking for the most beautiful and skillfully created 3D game environments produced in the Unity engine.
Judges will be rating the submitted games - which can be created for any game platform - based on the modeling, animation, and special effects of the 3D environments displayed in the videos, screenshots, and playable demos submitted.
The most spectacular worlds will win their creators All Access Passes to GDC 2018, which takes place March 19th through 23rd of next year at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. There, winners will have their games displayed all week at a special lounge, with entry open to all GDC pass holders.
The judges of the Unity 3D Game Art Challenge include notables from the world of video game art and design and key Unity staff.
More information about the guidelines and rules for entering the contest are available at the Unity Game Art Challenge website.
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