Unity 5.4 Beta Brings Graphics Improvements & More
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 16 March 2016 at 09:46 AM EDT. 1 Comment
With GDC happening this week, besides Crytek announcing CRYENGINE V, Unity Technologies announced the Unity 5.4 beta engine.

Unity 5.4 is building up major VR improvements, better lighting and particles, a lot of other graphics improvements, multi-platform enhancements, better multi-threaded rendering, fewer draw calls with GPU instancing, and a variety of other graphics enhancements.

Overall, Unity 5.4 is shaping up to be an extremely nice game engine upgrade for this software that's especially widely used among indie game developers. More details on the Unity 5.4 beta can be found via the Unity3D.com blog.
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