Why You Need a Unity Specialist for your Unity Game Development

Posted by

There’s a reason that games on Unity make up somewhere around half of all games on mobile, PC, and console. Unity game development is user friendly, accessible, highly customisable, and offers a wide range of opportunities for developers to implement into their final gaming experience.

Unreal Engine 5 is competitive with Unity, especially as it evolves to offer new features for developers, and our teams are always on hand to provide specialists for your UE projects as well. However, the accessibility of Unity game development usually helps to keep developers’ interest thanks to its wide uses in both gaming and non-gaming industries. Unity has gained popularity and shows no indication of slowing down! As it is accessible and diverse Unity can be used by developers of any project. The Starloop team will now explain why you need a Unity specialist for your Unity game development project!

Easy to Learn, Hard to Master

When we say that Unity is accessible and easy to approach, we truly mean it! There is an extensive and exhaustive number of tutorials, videos, and explanations on Unity and how to use it. Every tool under its wide umbrella of services has some kind of assistance available to developers, whether through forum discussions or comprehensive video documentation.

But that isn’t to say it is easy all the time. Unity game development, like all game development, is a process of time and skill. Unity uses C# for coding, one of the easier languages to learn and easy to transition from. And, as we said, there is top-to-bottom documentation to assist you in doing so. But there are few things as valuable in a game development project as experience and understanding.

With a Starloop Unity developer on board, you will have expertise on your side. Unity can integrate with more than 20 platforms and technologies. From the most up to date consoles to any mobile or PC. But with an expert, a Unity specialist, the process is faster and more efficient. It allows a Unity game development project to spend less time problem solving and more time creating and experimenting.

Evolving Technology and Unity Game Development

One of Unity’s strength as a game development engine is just as much as reason for hiring a Unity developer. As the engine evolves and grows in its potential offerings, including VR and AR projects now, the necessity for familiarity and experience increases with it. From mobile projects, one of Unity’s earliest game development offerings, to the evolving world of VR/AR development, and its rising inclusion in other industries, the potential for a Unity game developer has never been higher.

Benefits of Using a Unity Game Developer

There are clear and immediate benefits of implementing a dedicated Unity game developer such as instant familiarity with your chosen game engine, shorter time from hiring to beginning work, and a clear understanding of the engine’s potential given your vision. With a Unity developer in your team, they will know the ins and outs of the expansive Unity asset store and library, ensuring your Unity game development doesn’t slow down.

This means faster development when the developer is involved, which means a more efficient development schedule. And a more efficient schedule means a more cost-efficient project!

The Unity game engine is easily one of the most popular engines on the market with such an array of perks for developers to enjoy. Scalable, high quality 3D graphics, multi-platform compatibility, a plethora of gameplay and development features, and an endless supportive community.

There’s a reason developers stick with Unity once they get to grips with it. And with a Unity developer on board, your Unity game development project will go even smoother.

Interested in having your own Unity game development specialist? Get in touch with Starloop Studios and let us assist in delivering your game to the stars. For more of our services, visit our website to see what we can offer! From full-cycle development to game art, we’ve got the solution.