New version of Unity Engine has native support for Switch

Popular game engine Unity has gotten a new update that adds native support for the Nintendo Switch. The Unity Engine 5.6 update is the last update in the 5-series and adds full, native support for the Switch.

Unity has already been used by some Switch games: Super Bomberman R and Snippercliops both use the Unity game engine, and now it will be even easier for indie developers to port their games to the new console.

Unity has been a popular game engine and has been used for years by indie developers, mainly due to its versatility — the engine support all of the major platforms, which now includes the Switch.

Even Nintendo has used the engine: Super Mario Run and Pokemon GO both use the Unity engine.