Today, Microsoft announced a new partnership with Unity Technologies, which will bring the Unity toolset to developers who build games that are published by Microsoft on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 for free. Unity is already a very popular suite of development tools for indie developers, with many devs having worked with it for years. It’s powered a bevy of horror games, too, including Slender: The Arrival, as well as the upcoming Sir, You Are Being Hunted and Pulse, among others.
Until today, Microsoft hasn’t revealed much regarding their support of indie developers, so it’s nice to hear something on that front. Watch me play a Unity powered horror game after the break!
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This Week in Horror - June 26, 2017 - The Evil Within 2, Jason...
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