Godot Engine 3.1 Released

March 13, 2019 André Schmitz 0 Comments

The release of Godot 3.1 comes one year after the release of Godot 3.0 with more of 7000 commits, bringing a more polished and user-friendly interface, adding new features, as well the return of OpenGL ES 2.0 renderer (very optimized for performance on low end devices or WebGL). Check the Godot Official Announcement and the Godot Changelog for more info:

- Added OpenGL ES 2.0 rendering support.
- Added 2D and 3D CPU accelerated particles.
- Readded Visual Shader editor with new PBR output nodes.
- 3D soft-body physics support.
- 3D ragdoll system.
- 2D meshes and skeletal deformation.
- 3D Inverse Kinematic.
- Various improvements to KinematicBody2D.
- Added Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG).
- A revamped inspector with several usability improvements.
- New FileSystem dock.
- Improved Animation editor and AnimationTree.
- Optional static typing and warning system in GDScript.
- New and improved TileSet editor.
- Improved 3D editor grid.
- Support for BPTC texture compression.
- Support for WebSockets.
- Added Project Settings tooltips.
- Several bug fixes and improvements.

Projects comming from Godot 3.0 are compatible with Godot 3.1, because this is not a major version (as Godot 2.1 to Godot 3.0), with minor adjustments to some function parameters. Check the Official Documentation also. 

Godot is an advanced, feature packed, multi-platform 2D and 3D open source game engine (MIT). It provides a huge set of common tools, so you can just focus on making your game without reinventing the wheel.

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