You may have heard about the Unity 5 beta coming out later this year, and we are excited to share some news about the beta with you today.
We’ve made a number of tweaks and improvements to the Unity editor to make it even more powerful, and to make sure it works on Windows 10 PCs and Macs as well.
So here are some important changes you should be aware of as you read this article.
First, Unity 5 will support more than 50,000 files.
This means that you can use the Unity Editor to create, edit, publish, share, or download files, even if you don’t have access to the Internet.
This means you can write code in Unity 5 that would normally require a lot of work to get in Unity 3, or that you’d never thought of doing.
This is a huge boost to the editor’s power.
Second, Unity now uses the same XML API that Unity 4 used.
Unity 4’s XML API was not very good.
Unity 5’s XML is much better.
It makes it much easier to write code that looks like it’s being written in the Unity language.
It’s also much more flexible.
Third, the editor now supports multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, and more.
It also supports localizations for Japanese, Japanese-dominant languages like Simplified, Traditional, and Korean, and localizations in English, German and Portuguese.
Fourth, the Unity 4 editor will now open on desktop and mobile devices, which will make it much more powerful on tablets and other devices that use the same hardware as PCs and laptops.
Fifth, Unity 4 and Unity 5 are now compatible on Macs, which should help speed up the transition from Unity 3 to Unity 5 on Mac.
This will also help you move from Unity 4 to Unity 7 on Mac when the new Unity 7 update comes out.
If you’ve been using Unity 4, you can take advantage of this new feature right now by downloading the latest Unity 5 Beta from Unity.com.
Unity has an official release available, so you can sign up and see how to install it.
If this article helps you understand what is going on with Unity 5, read our Unity 5 FAQ and Unity 6 FAQ.
We’re working to get more news about Unity 5 to the newsfeed, so check back often.