Unity Partners With Mozilla To Port Its Popular Game Engine To The Web


Unity and Mozilla today announced that they are bringing the Unity game engine to the web using the WebGL standard and Mozilla’s asm.js.

With over 2 million users, Unity is one of the most popular game engines on the market.

At the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco today, the two organizations will demo a version of the popular 3D shooter Dead Trigger 2 running in Firefox, the only browser that currently supports asm.js. With the release of Unity 5.0 later this year, WebGL support will become available as a Unity early-access beta add-on.

So far, Unity was only available in the browser through a plug-in. That plug-in was very capable and extremely popular, but the trend is clearly away from this kind of architecture and toward applications that run natively in the browser. Because asm.js is just a subset of JavaScript and WebGL is supported in all modern…

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