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Thursday, October 11, 2007
Unity 2.0 Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 7 comments

Unity Technologies has announced the release of Unity 2.0, the largest update to Unity and the Unity Web Player ever released. This major update to the 3D game development platform includes more than 50 new features and a variety of other product updates, including a terrain rendering engine, built-in networked multiplayer support, and real-time dynamic shadows.

With Unity 2.0 developers can now take advantage of great new features like the Terrain Rendering Engine, DirectX 9 Renderer for Windows, Built-in Networked Multiplayer Support, Web Player Streaming and Improved Web Player Compression. Developers can also start using a new companion product, the Unity Asset Server, which allows teams of developers to easily stay in synch and provide project source control capabilities. Of course all of that is just the tip of the iceberg, there is much more to be found in Unity 2.0.
Click over to the site below to read about the new engine's new features.

Unity 2.0
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