... our advice here is that: every deprecated asset on the store, you (as the purchasers) are still able to download in your store dashboard, for your own uses, any time later, so you can always go back to it that way, if you need, at any time. That's one good thing to know, as we can see that many people don't know it. That last version is the last official one, even if is deprecated, and is available that way, for the future, and so far - Unity keeps all those deprecated versions on the store without removing them, which is well done on their part, so: "deprecated' means only: unsupported currently and does not mean copyright free, and does not mean unavailable, and does not mean any harmful ideas that people with no brain or asset flippers, or negative minded people can imagine or suggest either, but is still and permanently available - that way, for all who purchased it, and is still the valid and last updated, and last official version, for every deprecated asset, that particular way. So, now - the such better understanding of what 'deprecated' means will also help to stop spreading negative agendas around community, which does not help, and we should all stay away from, since Unity (always was, always will) is a - community first. If the asset has a good quality and (quality) community members, as we have here, it can practically live forever, no matter the dev's input or not, and this is what we have here, and we would like to keep it that way, for the future and the returning users, always with something nice to contribute here, about the asset uses. That is the main signature of the members here so far, and we have it argumented for long enough, as well, so we will keep our input - to stay always constructive (and active), which we also advise to everyone here, same as well. The only quality is (and it should be) in the quality of the members and not much of any particular asset itself that much .