As of SpatialOS 13.0, SpatialOS no longer includes the Unity and Unreal SDKs. The Unity and Unreal SDKs are now released separately and hosted on GitHub together with their documentation. The tutorials are also hosted on GitHub.
To find out more about why we’ve made this change, read this blog post.
To see the tutorials, visit the repositories on GitHub:
- take a spatialOS tour
- follow the the Pirates tutorial using the Unity SDK
- follow the C++ worker tutorial
Find the SDKs on GitHub:
- the Unity SDK repository - github.com/spatialos/UnitySDK
- the Unreal SDK repository - github.com/spatialos/UnrealSDK
New from June 2018: The SpatialOS Unity GDK
Check out the pre-alpha release of our new Unity GDK: source code on GitHub. Using the Unity Entity Component System (ECS), the GDK is the next evolution in SpatialOS Unity game development. See our blog post on ECS-powered multiplayer for more information.
Note: The pre-alpha GDK version is available for evaluation and feedback only. It’s not yet game-development ready.