Unigine 2.10 Released With New Terrain System, Other Graphics Improvements

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 26 December 2019 at 10:02 AM EST. 8 Comments
Unigine developers have delivered a nice Christmas present in delivering Unigine 2.10 as the latest version of their 3D engine used by few games but an increasing number of simulation systems.

Unigine 2.10 introduces a new terrain system with a ton of improvements in the process with features like binoculars/scopes system, API improvements, new extension capabilities, improved clouds, a texture profiler tool, and much more.

Those wanting to learn more about the cross-platform Unigine 2.10 with its very impressive visuals can do so at developer.unigine.com.
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