Updated September 09, 2018 03:21:20 The browser maker’s announcement on the Unity web player will allow developers to use the latest versions of the game engine and game engines like Unity 5 to develop on the latest version of Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.
“We’re very excited to announce that our Unity 5 web player has now been ported to Windows 10 and Linux,” Microsoft said.
“This is a great step forward in our effort to make web development as easy as possible for developers.”
The browser will also allow developers on the new platform to port their apps to other platforms including Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Pro and Xbox One.
It’s unclear what the future of the Unity browser will look like in the long term.
It was previously available only on Windows 10, and the browser is now available on Apple’s iOS, Android and Windows 10 platforms.
Microsoft is also working to bring support for Unity 7.5 to Windows and Mac, but is currently waiting for developer approval for the move.
In September, Microsoft announced it would be releasing a new version of the browser for Linux and Android in the next few weeks.
Microsoft said it was launching the Unity Web Player on Linux and Windows this year, and said it will be launching an Android version later this year.
Microsoft has been working with the Unity team to bring Unity to Windows, and Windows developers will be able to install Unity 7 on Ubuntu, the latest distro.