One of the important components of a good game is its visuals – if the game looks good, players might forgive you some of the plot or gameplay flaws. Anyway, you want your game to look good, and Unity offers amazing visual effects both on mobile devices and big platforms. As a Unity app development company, Intersog takes everything Unity engine has to offer to deliver a visually stunning game.
2D and 3D
Unity is used for building both 2D and 3D game environments. Take Angry Birds as an example – the game is 2D and it looks gorgeous. You can even make web browser-based games with Unity and they would also look marvelous thanks to the engine’s high performance. Talking about 3D games, you can just look at such games as Escape from Tarkov, Subnautica, or Praey for the Gods to see how stunning some of the Unity games are in terms of visuals.
Unity offers awesome tools for game analytics which you can find in the editor menu. These tools help you get crucial insight into your game. You can get the data on the player’s interactions with the game and determine the friction points to eliminate them and make the game more enjoyable. Our dedicated QA experts can use these analytical tools to eliminate bugs and glitches ensuring a superb gaming experience.
You can create assets and share them with the community using Unity, and many developers actually do that to help each other out. You can find tens of thousands of ready assets you can edit and reuse in your games on the cloud. Character models, environments, textures, sound effects, and music, you can find tons of those for free or at a modest cost. There’s a wealth of pre-made assets you can implement to save time and money on developing a complete game from scratch. A good developer can reuse and change pre-made assets in such a way so that they would look as totally new.
It has been mentioned above but it is one of the most significant features of the Unity engine – it runs on all major platforms. Unity is a unique software since it runs almost everywhere without requiring much change. You can develop games for PC and gaming consoles without having to change much in the two versions of the same game. You can also develop games that run on mobile devices as well as VR and AR devices, which is what many Unity developers switched to in recent years.