Unigine Community Edition Offers Free Version Of Engine
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 10 April 2020 at 03:38 PM EDT. 11 Comments
Unigine Corp has announced a new "Community" edition of their visually stunning, cross-platform game/simulation engine that will be available to non-commercial projects and academic entities.

Unigine 2 Community is available for free for non-commercial/academic users and revenue or funding less than $100K in the last 12 months. This is great to see with the engine long being Linux-friendly and among the most visually stunning engines albeit a long overdue move when there is the likes of Unity and Unreal Engine becoming more accessible to the masses and also increasing competition by the open-source Godot engine.

Unigine 2.11 is also out today and features performance improvements, support for SDL with input handling and window management, improved particles shading, usability improvements to Unigine Editor, and much more.
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