Several Unity Game Services utilities have been released in the beta

Several Unity Game Services utilities have been released in the beta ...

Unity Game Services has a slew of specific tools that have been eliminated in the beta since October 2021, and which was followed up with more details in March of 2022. Those who participated in the beta had access to the whole package of tools for free, which contributed to a quite large number of requests.

Developers in over 230 countries have signed up to use UGS from October to now. Over 74,000 organizations participated in the beta, and over 64,000 projects have been completed, in part thanks to UGS.

Due to the increasing number of developers who are taking the tools through some exciting steps, Unity is now confident in releasing the finest of the lot out of beta and distributing them to everyone.

The eight services that make their official release include analytics, authentication, cloud save, and economy. I also mentioned Multiplay and Matchmaker back then, who aren''t quite ready to exit the beta.

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For the time being, UGS has a slew of other services that are still in beta. Some are geared toward multiplayer, such as Netcode for GameObjects, Vivox Voice Chat, and Text Chat. A dozen other tools are still in beta testing, focusing on analytics, monetization, user engagement, and retention.

Unity is determined to provide developers with the tools they need and make sure they use whatever engine they want to use. Unreal is also a great way to showcase Unity itself, or something in-house or any other tool.

Unity is making sure developers can keep an eye on in the future. As the first wave of tools closes beta, Unity is releasing a product roadmap of future tools and release dates. A number of developers requested a similar roadmap, and Unity is happy to provide one.

It is merely to demonstrate that Unity is willing to invest in the effort to ensure UGS users are comfortable and well equipped.

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