This release features a brand-new Editor interface, new Input System, faster in-Editor iteration time and lots of other improvements. The High Definition Render Pipeline and many 2D packages are now verified for 2019.3.
Regardless if you work in games, entertainment, automotive, architecture, or any other industry, the Unity 2019.3 TECH stream release has something for you. Read this post for the highlights and then visit the 2019.3 webpage for details on each feature area. The website collects the related technical talks from Unite Copenhagen, the latest tutorials, documentation on how to get started, and much more.
If you are in pre-production or simply want to get your hands on all the latest features now, you can begin downloading the full release from our update page. For those of you who have projects in production or want to update live projects, we highly recommend waiting for the 2019.4 Long-Term Support (LTS) release. Unity 2019.4 LTS will ship this spring.
It will have the same feature set as Unity 2019.3. The difference is that while the TECH stream offers you the latest features and improvements, in the LTS releases we focus entirely on stability and quality. We only add fixes that address crashes, regressions, and issues that affect the wider community. That means Integrated Success Services customer issues, console SDK/XDK issues, or any major changes that would prevent many of you from shipping your game. The LTS release is supported for two years, with biweekly updates providing further fixes, and is intended for projects beyond pre-production.
Check out some of the Unity 2019.3 highlights in this video.