Godot Engine 3.2 Released

January 29, 2020 André Schmitz 0 Comments

Godot 3.2 is a "long-term support" (LTS) release until transitioning to Godot 4 in the next months. This release brings a more polished and user-friendly interface with several new featuresCheck the Godot Official Announcement and the Godot Changelog for more info:

- Support for pseudo-3D depth in 2D.
- Support for generating audio procedurally and analyzing audio spectrums.
- WebRTC support.
- Mono/C# support on Android and WebAssembly.
- Support for texture atlases in 2D.
- Major improvements to the visual shader system.
- Improved visual scripting.
- Support for enabling/disabling parts of the editor or specific nodes.
- Improved GridMap editor.
- MSAA support in the GLES2 renderer.
- Improved convex polygon decomposition.
- Better GUI anchors and margins workflow.
- AR/VR: Oculus Quest and ARKit support.
- Better built-in documentation.
- Several bug fixes and improvements.

Projects comming from Godot 3.1 are compatible with Godot 3.2, 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 for more info. 

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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