Unity 5.2 Gets Better with Visual Studio 2015 Default IDE

The Unity gaming development platform has been integrated with Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition and Visual Studio Tools for Unity natively. S. Somasegar recently announced a partnership deal between Unity and Microsoft. Moreover, Microsoft has also partnered with game developers Epic Games, developers of the Unreal Engine and Cocos2D developer Chukong Technologies.

Microsoft is also in the process of developing Visual Tools for Unity, an add-on that provides Unity rich programming and debugging tools. Visual Studio 2015 also includes templates for creating new projects that will install Unity and VSTU. These templates streamlines coding for those developers who would like to jump into projects directly with C#.

With the help of Unity 5.2, developers will be able to build games that support Windows 10 and Universal Windows Platform raning from Xbox, Windows Phone and Window 10 devices.

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