Unity lets SpatialOS back in as “unsupported” third-party service

A pair of highly-funded gaming unicorns are publicly skirmishing and the deal could have major repercussions for game developers. Today, UK-based cloud gaming startup Improbable, announced that Unity, a hugely popular game development engine, had terminated their license, effectively shutting them out from one of their top customer sources. If permanent, the license termination would […]

Unity lets SpatialOS back in as “unsupported” third-party service

ToS update comes with "commitment to being an open platform."

8 hours ago from Arstechnica

Unity rolls out new rules for devs after Improbable fight

Unity has had a change of heart. The company is updating its terms of service so that any third-party software, including SpatialOS, can be used in conjunction with its popular game ...

12 hours ago from Engadget

Improbable urges Unity to unsuspend their license, to rectify ‘farcical’ situation for developers

Improbable may be pissed at Unity, but they still want them back. In a blog post titled “A final statement on SpatialOS and Unity,” the team at the cloud gaming startup aimed to ...

Fri 11 Jan 19 from TechCrunch

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Unity, Improbable and Epic Games are squabbling in public

What a day. Unity, Improbable and Epic Games have been wrapped up in a bizarre and unnecessarily public dispute about terms of service, and the future of games that run on a much-hyped ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Engadget

Improbable and Epic Games establish $25M fund to help devs move to ‘more open engines’ after Unity debacle

Improbable is taking a daring step after announcing earlier today that Unity had revoked its license to operate on the popular game development engine. The UK-based cloud gaming startup has ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from TechCrunch

Unity pulls nuclear option on cloud gaming startup Improbable, terminating game engine license

A pair of highly-funded gaming unicorns are publicly skirmishing and the deal could have major repercussions for game developers. Today, UK-based cloud gaming startup Improbable, announced that ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from TechCrunch

Unity Terms of Service tweak puts MMOs using SpatialOS at risk of closure

As reported by PC Gamer, Unity rolled out an update to its Terms of Service in late 2018 that restricted the use of cloud platforms like SpatialOS in games created with the engine.

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Techspot

Unity Engine ToS change makes cloud-based SpatialOS games illegal

Bossa Studios MMO Worlds Adrift among games affected.

Thu 10 Jan 19 from Arstechnica

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