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Unity 4 is here

After a four-month wait Unity 4.0 is live, bringing with it DirectX 11 support, an in-engine animation system, and deployment options for Flash and Linux, among several other tweaks and fixes.

Frank Cifaldi, Contributor

November 14, 2012

1 Min Read

The latest version of mega-popular development platform Unity is now available. First announced just shy of four months ago, major additions to Unity 4 include DirectX 11 support a new in-engine animation system called Mecanim, which ships with 150 free motion-captured animations. New platform support includes, for the first time, publishing directly to Flash, and a preview of Unity's Linux deployment. Unity has proven to be a popular tool amongst Gamasutra's readership, which is why it was named to the Front Line Awards Hall of Fame by our sister magazine, Game Developer. Unity 4.0 is available here.

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