Unity updates Unity Plus subscription model in response to developer backlash

Unity updates Unity Plus subscription model in response to developer backlash

Unity has altered its Unity Plus pricing tier in response to feedback from the developer community.

Unity has increased the revenue cap for Plus users to $200,000 annually, which also now offers optional Unity splash screens and the popular Dark Editor skin.

Pro users also now have the option to enter a Pay to Own scheme for the editor, and there is a transitional offer available for current Unity developers upgrading to the new subscription.

Out with the old?

The new pricing structure was announced during the keynote at Unite Europe 2016, and offered a mid-tier service between Personal and Pro editions.

But the changes have left some long-time Pro users feeling annoyed that newer developers will be able to take advantage of lower prices while their subscription has increased in price.

You can find out more about the changes on Unity's blog.

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