Is it possible to export Unity Projects to XNA Game Studio 3.1? I was planning on using Unity's 3D editor to make a simple Xbox Indie game. Also, how much does Unity 3 cost, because all i can find is to buy unity pro. Thanks, Austin
Answer by Eric5h5
May 02, 2010 at 05:44 PM
No, it's not possible. Unity doesn't cost anything unless you buy Pro (or the iPhone or Wii versions). Unity 3 won't be out for a while; in the meantime you can download version 2.6.1.
Unity 3 will be released sometime this summer, and includes new support for the Xbox360, PS3, and Android platforms (in addition to PC, Wii, and iPhone).
Note that the Xbox360 support won't include XNA.
Answer by Cawas
Apr 10, 2012 at 10:33 PM
Actually, if you really want to try, there is an option to use XNA: https://github.com/fehaar/FFWD
Be aware it doesn't support all features and it's pretty difficult to make it work.
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