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Create with Unity in three steps

2. Choose your Unity version

Install the latest version of Unity, an older release, or a beta featuring the latest in-development features.

Visit the download archive

3. Start your project

Begin creating from scratch, or pick a template to get your first project up and running quickly. Access tutorial videos designed to support creators, from beginners to experts.

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Windows 7 SP1+, 8, 10, 64-bit versions only; Mac OS X 10.12+; Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, and CentOS 7.

Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities.

Use the Unity Hub to manage multiple installations of the Unity Editor, create new projects, and access your work.

Learn more

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The Unity Hub comes with fun, guided learning paths to help new users become creators more quickly.

Pick a Microgame

Start with game-ready templates designed to help you personalize and share your first game, including a LEGO® Microgame, Karting, Platformer, or FPS.

Learn about Microgames

Personalize with mods
Personalize with Mods

Take the fun of game creation to a whole new level. Through mini-adventures we call Creative Mods, you can easily add your own unique style and ideas to your game.

Browse LEGO Creative Mods

Share your playable game
Share your playable game

Show off your new skills and get instant feedback. In just a few steps, you can publish a playable version of your game on the web to share with anyone.

Explore Unity Play

Support and services

Keep your project moving toward the finish line. We offer a variety of support options and services so you can get the right kind of help, at the right time.

Find support


The Unity User Manual is the definitive repository for in-depth and procedural information on all of Unity’s features, UI, and workflows.

Read documentation

Knowledge Base

Whether you’re creating an account, importing assets, or baking a scene, this comprehensive library of articles created by experts has you covered.

Visit the Knowledge Base

Sours: https://unity.com/download

Get Started with
Unity Personal

Download Unity to start creating today and get access to the Unity platform and ecosystem – your one-stop solution for real-time content creation.

Download Unity to start creating today and get access to the Unity platform and ecosystem – your one-stop solution for real-time content creation.

Unity is available for download on Windows or Mac OSX. You must be on a laptop or desktop computer to download Unity.

You must meet the following criteria to use Unity Personal per the Terms of Service

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System requirements for Unity 2021.1.20

Released: 9 September 2021
OS: Windows 7 SP1+, 8, 10, 64-bit versions only; macOS 10.12+; Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, and CentOS 7.
GPU: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities.

Unity is available for Windows or Mac OS X

Please select your download:

WindowsMac OS X
Sours: https://store.unity.com/download
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Install Unity

We recommend using Unity Hub as the primary way to install the Unity Editor, create projects, and manage Unity. It provides a central location to manage your editor installations, accounts and licenses, and projects.

To install the Unity Hub visit Download Unity on the Unity website.

Install Unity Editor

The plugin supports Unity 2020.3 LTS. To install and use the Unity Editor, you must have a Unity Developer Network (UDN) account. If you do not have an account, follow the prompts to create one. You can choose to create a Unity ID or sign in with a social media account. For more information on accounts and subscriptions, see Unity Organizations.

To Install the editor:

  1. Click the Installs tab. The default install locations are:

    • Windows:
    • Mac:

    Note: If you want to change the default installation location, follow these steps:

    • From the top right corner of the Hub window, click the gear icon.
    • In the Editor Folder Location dialog box, enter the new installation location and click Done.
  2. Click the Add button and select a specific version of the Editor

    Install Unity Hub

  3. Click the Next button and select the modules you want to install with the Editor. If you don’t install a component now, you can add it later if you need to. When you’ve selected all the modules you need, click Done.

For more information see Installing the Unity Hub.

Add modules to the Unity Editor

Use the Unity Hub to add additional components to installations of the Editor.

  1. Open the Hub.
  2. Select Installs.
  3. Find the Editor you want to add the components to.
  4. Click the three dots to the right of the version label, then select Add Modules.
  5. In the Add Modules dialog, locate the module to add and tick its checkbox.
  6. When you have selected all the modules to add, select Done.

Licenses and activation

To use Unity, your license needs to be activated. ArcGIS Maps SDK for Unity works with a Unity Personal License. Unity Plus or Pro licenses are not required. To see what type of licenses are available, go to the Unity Store.

To activate a license, open the Unity Hub and sign into your Unity ID via the account icon in the top right of the window. If you don’t have an existing Unity account, you can create one by visiting the Unity ID website. Once you have logged in, click the cog icon in the top right-hand corner and navigate to the License Management tab.

Activate Unity License

Click Activate New License to bring up the New License Activation prompt.

Select Unity License

To activate a Unity Personal license, select the Unity Personal option and select either of the options which best describes your current situation and click Done.

For more information on activating Unity license see Unity's Licenses and Activation.

Next steps

Sours: https://developers.arcgis.com/unity-sdk/install-and-set-up/install-unity/
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