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Introducing the new Universal Render Pipeline and High Definition Render Pipeline subforums!
Unity 2019.3 Beta is out now.
Can't find a public release but unreal engine is using 3.4 since september.
Why? PhysX 3.4 is already available!
That's not a steam competitor.
I guess if all the mobile port garbage ends up here instead of polluting steam more, that's a good thing :D
It's because this garbage has no place in PC games.
The demo wouldn't need the source code though. Just a dll and precompiled shaders.
Looks like it, they only support 5.4 and above.
The form to get a download link for the demos doesn't seem to work.
Compressed videos on youtube aren't all that useful to see how good it is
They were clearly only this successful because their splash screen didn't say "Personal Edition". :D
Okay! Why not wait a little more and upgrade to XenForo 2.0 later on?
This forum takes up like half of the vertical space the "new" one did for the same content.
What's wrong with this forum?
Why waste time doing all that instead of using one core that's 1000 times faster? Suddenly it can run everything better, and not just the highly...
But... that's what it said all the time. The "Personal Edition" was the problem, and appearantly that part is removed?
All is fine then!
So... does the splash screen still say "personal edition"?
0/10 the round stairs aren't aligned to straight ones
The bandwidth required for that would be insane. Not to mention the unacceptable input lag.
What's with the completely wrong clickbait title?
No, and there shouldn't ever be one.
Maybe we'll actually have a "create mmo" button thanks to AI :D
I think the problem here is that he owns the asset, but the prof who's going to review the project doesn't.