Why build desktop games in Unity
Solutions for desktop game development
Unity’s dedication to multiplatform support ensures that developers of any skill level can access end-to-end tools and resources to target the most popular desktop systems.
Let your artists play
Advanced graphics technology and intuitive tools let artists design worlds without worrying about performance, so gamers access the best experience their hardware can support.
Supported by industry-leading partners
Unity’s partner ecosystem lets your project benefit from integration, optimization, and support from partners like Microsoft, Apple, Intel, NVIDIA, and AMD.
Learn how creators of all sizes are leveraging the limitless potential of desktop systems to bring their visions to life.
Rendering realistic LEGO bricks in Unity
The developers at Light Brick Studio upgraded an award-winning mobile game with a stylized but realistically rendered PC game that enhanced immersion with advanced graphics features.
Building games for macOS
Learn how indie studio ZA/UM brought groundbreaking RPG Disco Elysium to Apple Silicon and see how to avoid macOS development pitfalls while taking advantage of the Apple ecosystem.
Inside Naraka: Bladepoint
Learn how 24 Entertainment used NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) to achieve 4K-quality graphics without losing performance in this breakout hit.
Frequently asked questions
The Unity Editor is available on Linux. For more information on its limitations and requirements see the system requirements documentation.
Unity has excellent free tutorials for programmers, artists, and designers on Unity Learn.
We have a large quantity of resources available in our Developer Tools section, including documentation, best practices, and more.
All Unity Pro features and purchasing information are available to view here.
Over half the games on Steam are made with Unity
Desktop gaming represents a quarter of the global games market
In 2021, Apple notebooks saw 94% quarterly unit growth year-over-year