Unity is Making its High Definition Render Pipeline VR Compatible Allowing Photorealistic Visuals

When it comes to developing virtual reality (VR) videogames there are two primary engines studios use, either Epic Games’ Unreal Engine or Unity by Unity Technologies. Both highly competitive when it comes to gaining market share, Unity tends to dominate the VR scene due to ease of use while Unreal Engine is known for its graphic fidelity. Unity’s current version 2019.3 – which arrived back in January – has recently been upgraded to reduce that visual divide, making its High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP) VR compatible.

Unity’s HDRP targets high-end PCs and consoles, allowing creators to build high-definition and photorealistic

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