Unity enables game designers to create games that can be played on various devices, including iOS, Android, and Windows.
2D and 3D graphics
A 3D engine and a 2D toolkit are included in Unity, enabling developers to produce high-quality 3D graphics and 2D games.
Visual Effects and Physics
A physics engine and an animation system are built into Unity, enabling developers to make physics simulations that are as accurate as possible.
With local and online multiplayer support, Unity makes it simple for developers to create multiplayer games.
Asset Storage Facility
To use pre-made assets, such as 3D models, animations, and sound effects in their games, developers can buy or download them from Unity's asset store.
With Unity's robust UI system, developers can quickly and easily create and customize user interfaces for their games.
Support for AR and VR
With Unity, developers can easily create immersive experiences for mobile devices, including AR and VR applications.
Profiling and Debugging
Developers can optimize game performance and identify and fix bugs using Unity profiling and debugging tools.