Getting started with Unity Asset Store
Start with a tutorial on creating your first Microgame, and learn how to bring Unity Asset Store content into your project. Use the Templates section to download more models and assets to build a stronger foundation for your game.
Sell your assets to Unity creators
Whether you’re a designer or developer, you can become a Unityn Asset Store publisher and earn money while doing what you love. Sell tools, art, audio, and more – solo or as a studio – to our active creator community.
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Frequently asked questions
Please visit the FAQ page for a comprehensive list of questions and answers.
Unity Asset Store creators
The Unity Asset Store is a platform that provides premade assets for creators through a digital storefront. Creators can solve project pain points by employing specific assets into their projects, based on their aims.
The Unity Asset Store provides a range of solutions to help you create faster and with less complexity. Use assets as a placeholder while you build your game, leverage scripts to reduce the burden of coding new logic, and efficiently iterate your prototypes to achieve the exact type of result you want.
For detailed instructions, please see our support guide.
Asset Store publishers
Simply put, you can earn money while doing what you love: creating game art, tools, and audio. The Unity Asset Store lets you set your own prices and distribute content to over 1.7 million monthly Unity Asset Store users.
The content is yours to own, and usage of your creations is protected under a standard End User Licensing Agreement (EULA).
Here’s how to get started:
- Create a Unity account if you don’t have one already.
- Create an Unity Asset Store Publisher account.
- Read through the Submission Guidelines to determine what criteria is needed for your asset to be approved and listed.
- Access your account’s new Publisher Portal, and select “Create a package” to begin the asset submission process.
You can sell anything that follows Unity’s Submission Guidelines. Look through the existing categories for insight into what other publishers are selling.