New version of game engine released for testing

Unity 4 launches public beta

The makers of the Unity engine have released a public beta of Unity 4.

The highly anticipated version adds linux and flash exports, a new character animation system, and DirectX 11 rendering.

Unity Technologies say this version truely levels the playing field, allowing small teams access to the resources to make triple-A Quality games.

Those interested in taking the new tools for a test drive can download the beta here.

For more information about the beta, check out Unity’s blog.

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