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Will This Have Any Effect on Unity iOS Performance?

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by John-B, Oct 14, 2018.

  1. John-B

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  2. hippocoder

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    No, don't think so. While C# is double by default as well, and Unity's Mathf casts to float, you will find if it's performance you want you'll be using ECS+Burst+Jobs and Unity.Mathematics and so it's not really relevant.

    I dunno if it's relevant even without the ECS Trinity. You find that most mobile bottlenecks are rendering problems anyway.