Unity Technologies has released another packed update to its Unity game development platform.
Major features in Unity 3.5 include Flash export, the new ‘Shuriken’ particle system, built-in pathfinding, a complete rewrite of the occlusion culling system, and adaptive tonemapping for linear workflow.
The minor features, however, go on for pages: we counted over 400 new features, updates and bugfixes in the official release list before giving up the unequal struggle.
And this is all in a half-point update: proof, we reckon, that Unity Technologies is not just one of the fastest-growing developers in the field of 3D, but one of the fastest-working, too.
Unity 3.5 Pro costs $1,500. The base edition of the software is free. This comparison chart lists the differences between the feature sets and those of the add-on modules available.