Download & Release Notes | Docs Our latest tech release of the Unity Editor, 2022.2, is now available on the download page and in the Unity Hub. Curious about what’s new in 2022.2? Check out our blog post & webpage, as well as the Unity Documentation, or watch our 2022.2 Let's Dev Twitch stream recording, to learn what’s included in the release. Unsure how to go about upgrading? Check out the upgrade guides to help you go from previous Unity releases to Unity 2022.2. For complex productions with a high number of dependencies, find out how our Success Plans can ensure the upgrade process goes smoothly. Marking a major milestone for Unity, the 2022.2 tech release introduces ECS for Unity, a data-oriented framework that empowers you to build more ambitious games with an unprecedented level of control and determinism. ECS for Unity includes the main Entities package, along with Entities-compatible packages for Netcode, Graphics, and Physics. Please join us on December 8 for our DOTS Dev Blitz Day, an AMA where you'll have a chance to ask the Unity team your most pressing DOTS questions! Please remember that with the tech releases you’re trying out the newest features & tools to help us shape Unity’s development, so make sure to back up your projects before opening them in a new version of Unity. The tech releases are not recommended for projects in production or close to release, for these projects we recommend our latest LTS release. If you encounter any issues, please let us know by submitting a bug report so it can reach our developers. If you have any questions or feedback related to 2022.2, please feel free to share them in this thread and we will do our best to address them.