Unity's new pricing changes have been rocking the games industry since last week, and the company has come up with a plan to find a middle ground.
Unity's new price policy upgrade stirred a significant backlash from the game developers. The indie game developer community is resentful and looking for alternatives to the renowned game engine. Tenjin declared that it introduced a series of initiatives to support indie game developers during this occurrence.
LMNL, a relatively low-profile tech company, announced a VR-first game engine with their proprietary game interoperability technology. The LMNL Engine, slated to debut in 2024, aims to rival industry giants like Unity and Unreal.
Unity's new pricing changes, announced yesterday evening, seem to have set the industry in an uproar. While companies are waiting for a step back from Unity, they also started to search for alternatives. So what has changed, and what does it mean?
According to the teaser video, Unity’s AI tool will be able to work through text prompts similar to Nightcafe, Dall-E, or Midjourney.
Unity Gaming Services will now be available through Google Cloud Marketplace.