“By gracefully combining Asset Bundle hosting and distribution with a robust release management portal, Unity saved us time and money, so we could focus on creating, shipping, and operating great games.”
Ibrahim Rageh, Head of Technology, Nifty Games
“Without CCD we would have to implement a lot of the versioning, file IDs, and environments ourselves, which did not work as well in our previous ad-hoc solutions.”
Mike Lehne, CTO, Concrete Software
Frequently asked questions
What is Unity Game Backend?
Unity Gaming Services is an end-to-end platform that is designed to help you build, operate, and scale your game.
As part of Unity Gaming Services, Game Backend products are a collection of tools that will give you what you need to create the backend for your game. They are managed cloud services that host and run content for your game. Some products are in beta, specifically Cloud Code, Cloud Save, and Economy.
How do I sign up for the Unity Gaming Services beta products?
You can get started today for free! Click here to get started and download the beta packages.
What is the price for the Unity Gaming Services beta products?
Unity Gaming Services products are completely free to use while in beta. You can click here to see the pricing for when the products leave beta. You won’t be required to provide credit card information until then.
Is my game right for Game Backend?
Are you building a game that requires regular content updates? Free-to-play games with player economies, microtransactions, in-game events, and calendar milestones need an asset management and delivery solution. With Game Backend solutions, you can skip the hassle of building and maintaining your own backend.
Can Game Backend solutions only be used with the Unity engine?
Currently, all Unity Gaming Services beta products, including Cloud Code, Cloud Save and Economy, can only be used with the Unity engine.
Unity Gaming Services, open to all developers for free during its beta period, is available immediately with support for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows. Console support is currently on an invite-only basis, but will be made available soon. To learn more and sign-up, visit https://dashboard.unity3d.com/login.
Cloud Content Delivery currently supports live updates of asset bundles for applications running on mobile and PC. Console support is not available at this time.