Unity employees reportedly aren’t happy about the company’s military dealings

Unity is a multiplatform game engine that’s been around for nearly 20 years now. It’s popular with game developers because it’s very capable—recent Unity-based games include Outer Wilds, Cloudpunk, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, and Phasmophobia—and also because, with some limitations, it can be had for free. It isn’t solely used for games, though. According to a recent Vice report, some Unity employees are unhappy with the company’s partnerships with the US military.

The Department of Defense dealings aren’t a secret, but they’re not the sort of thing the company broadcasts loudly, either. Two references to US Air Force programs, for instance, are found on Unity’s “Government and Aerospace” page, alongside a “virtual simulations and modeling” partnership with Lockheed Martin, one of the largest defense contractors in the world—not exactly the most prominent location possible. 

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