Create a game with Unity
Any genre, any style. Based in C#, Unity provides the flexibility to faithfully execute your creative vision without being locked into a specific architectural track.
Zenith: The Last City
Ramen VR had an audacious goal: to create a full-scale MMO in VR. Learn more about the tools this indie studio used to make Zenith: The Last City a reality.
Stunlock Studios’ vampire survival multiplayer game hit two million players in its first month. See how DOTS helped them meet their ambitions for a huge, dynamic, open world.
Mobius Digital’s puzzle-adventure game is renowned for its time loop narrative and stunning space visuals. Here, their art director goes into detail on the ocean shader in Giant’s Deep.
In Kitfox Games’s dating sim dungeon crawler, players romance swords, daggers, and more. Learn how they used state machines to configure abilities for each weapon.
Starring James McAvoy, Daisy Ridley, and Willem Dafoe, Luis Antonio’s interactive thriller takes a unique approach to storytelling. Get a look at how Timeline was used for cutscenes.
Acid Nerve aimed for a hand-crafted feel to the Soulslike’s interconnected maps. Learn how they use ProBuilder in their workflow to structure their levels inside Unity.
Owlchemy Labs created VR hits like Job Simulator and Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. Learn how their latest game brings accessibility and inclusivity for players, including custom tools and Unity Asset Store resources for color blindness.
Escape from Tarkov
Battlestate Games’ multiplayer FPS is known for its large levels and locations. Learn how they optimized these detailed environments for performance with profiling tools.
What is Unity?
Take an idea from prototype to launch with the leading royalty-free game engine and innovative creation tools.
Frequently asked questions
Unity currently has different plans according to your tier eligibility, subject to the Unity Terms of Service.
- Unity Personal (annual revenue/funding cap of $100K USD)
- Unity Plus (annual revenue/funding cap of $200K USD)
- Unity Pro (no revenue cap)
- Unity Enterprise (no revenue cap, minimum 20-seat purchase)
For more information, see this article.
Yes. You fully own the content that you create with Unity, even if you cancel your subscription.
No, Unity is royalty-free. We don’t charge on a per-title basis or require a revenue share model.
Floating licensing is available exclusively to Unity Enterprise subscribers. If you are interested in shared licensing options for pools of users, please contact Unity Sales or see all subscription FAQs.
Yes, you can build and deploy to closed platforms such as Nintendo Switch™, Sony PlayStation, Google Stadia, and Microsoft Xbox with an active Unity Pro or Unity Enterprise subscription (or a preferred platform license key provided by the respective platform holder). You will also require approval from each platform holder in order to develop for their platforms. Please contact them directly for further details.
Unity offers a variety of different tools and services to help accelerate game development, including a version control system, the Unity Asset Store, workflow improvement tools, crash and exception handling tools, in-game customer support, and many more services for LiveOps.
Powering many of the biggest studios with the most demanding multiplayer and online games, Unity Gaming Services are battle-tested solutions to help you build, manage, and grow your game. Unity offers services for running multiplayer games, backend, analytics and player engagement, and monetization tools.
Source code access to Unity is available for additional purchase to Unity Pro subscribers and is included for Unity Enterprise subscribers. To learn more and discuss options, please contact Unity Sales directly.
The Unity case study page shows our latest customer examples for all of our solutions and is sortable by industry and by platform.
Artist-friendly tools can help you optimize your workflows and craft stunning experiences for players with robust art and design tools. Learn more about solutions for artists and designers.
Programmers can build high-quality, performant games, then deploy to over 20 platforms with tools to support programmers at any level. Learn more about solutions for programmers.
Supercharge your success with powerful tools to build and run your games. Discover solutions that help you scale, make better games, retain players, and drive more growth. Explore further solutions.
Larger studios choose Unity to bring games to market. Gameloft used Unity to complete 30 game projects in one year and Coatsink created one of the fastest-selling games ever for Quest VR with Jurassic World: Aftermath. Build your next hit game with battle-tested solutions and support from industry experts to reach more players on more platforms. Explore Enterprise solutions.
Unity 2021 LTS delivers powerful improvements to workflows, rendering capabilities, and supported platforms to help you realize your creative ambitions. The new enhancements prioritize quality, productivity, and performance for any platform, genre, or artistic style. Learn more.
Get the latest insights and fresh data about the state of the gaming industry to make better games and run a stronger business. Learn about recent developments that should shape your strategy in 2022 and beyond. Download the report.
Unity offers self-paced learning and tutorials through an on-demand training subscription. Learn when and where you want with over 200 hours of training content – all on one platform.
5 billion monthly downloads of Unity-made apps
Over 50% of all games are made with Unity
3.9 billion monthly users of Unity-based content
More than 20 platforms run Unity games today