Today Ubunlog brings you great news for video game developers. This is the arrival on Linux of the new version of the publisher of the well-known Unity game engine. And is that the developers of Unity Technologies have announced the immediate availability of Unity for Linux.
If you want to discover some of the news we can find in this new version of the Unity editor and how to download it for Ubuntu, this is your entry. There we go.
Among the most important news, it should be noted that in this new editor -based on the latest Unity engine (5.3.1) – will be able to integrate web viewers (Known as WebViews in some object-oriented languages), in addition to which they can add docks and there will be improvements in event management approach, resizing, i cursor position.
But that’s not all, in the official statement you can also read the following bug fixes on the following topics:
- Correction by pressing keys (such as arrows) in the game viewfinder by changing the focus of the keyboard.
- Fixed the “Add Resolution” pop-up in the game viewer.
To download the Unity 5.3 editor you can do so by accessing the official statement, And click on the download link for Ubuntu (Official Installer for 64-bit Ubuntu Linux). A .deb package will automatically download, and when you run it, the Ubuntu Software Center will open and you can begin the installation.
All in all, it’s clear that Unity is one of the most attractive engines on the market, and every time there’s an update, it’s great news for the video game developer community. From Ubunlog we hope that this post has helped you and we have paved the way for you to develop video games, no matter how little. If you have any questions, please comment in the comments section and we will do our best to help you.