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    Substance Engine and EKI One

    In September '09, Unity and Allegorithmic announced that Substance Engine (texture system) would be integrated into Unity Pro.
    Has this happened yet?

    Also, EKI One v2.6 (AI system) now has complete integration into Unity. Anyone know about pricing? Pricing is not listed on the site.

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    Anytime Unity implement a tech in their engine (such as beast) you don't have to license it separately. It will either be included in the functionality with the indie or pro versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crispie View Post
    Anytime Unity implement a tech in their engine (such as beast) you don't have to license it separately. It will either be included in the functionality with the indie or pro versions.
    That should be true with Substance as Allegorithmic has stated that it will be free on their site, but EKI has setup integration with Unity, not Unity Technologies. The EKI site hasn't stated any special licensing or pricing for Unity developers.

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    Sorry misread your question a little then. Thought you were saying that Unity are adding EKI to their "features".

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    Like a lot of companies I think you'll just have to contact them to see if they can at least give an idea of pricing and more info on the specifics of being an independent Unity developer.

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    Like a lot of companies I think you'll just have to contact them to see if they can at least give an idea of pricing and more info on the specifics of being an independent Unity developer.
    Not anymore, you can find out about pricing for indie/full-versions and the feature differences as well as get a free trial now: ekione.com/licensing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purpur View Post
    Not anymore, you can find out about pricing for indie/full-versions and the feature differences as well as get a free trial now: ekione.com/licensing
    Thanks for the update.

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