The independent developer’s engine of choice for over a decade, Unity has grown over the years and adapted itself in the face of an ever-changing games industry, and with competition emerging from companies such as Amazon, Epic Games, and Autodesk, we were excited to check out Unite at MIGW.
After a weekend of fun-filled events, Unite Melbourne has officially kicked off Melbourne Games Week, and we got stuck in at Unite for some key learnings about the future of the Unity.
A conversation point amongst developers from throughout the conference was that of industry, specifically which one they belonged too.
Developers from across games, film, automotive and AEC (architectural, engineering, and construction) came together to see how the industries they work in is set to change over the coming months, and where future opportunities will emerge.
When your job revolves around software, toolkit changes, packaging updates and feature additions have the ability to redefine the way in which you work. Unity know’s this, and by connecting with their massive user base through community events and conferences around the world, they are constantly listening to developers in an effort to create a more adaptable Unity Game Engine.
Unite Melbourne is a part of Melbourne International Games Week 2018. For more information on this event and a full schedule, you can check out the official site.