Google announced the next version of its Game Engine, which will be a Linux-based game engine that can run on any Linux operating system.
It will also include the latest version of the open source game engine Unity.
The next version will be the next iteration of the Unity game engine, which has become the go-to game engine for a variety of Linux-powered games.
Google has announced a few new titles that will support Unity in the future, including the upcoming Fallout: New Vegas, Doom 4: Hellfire and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The game engine will also run on Linux-derived platforms like Raspberry Pi and Chromebooks.
“The Unity engine will provide a powerful, extensible, open source and cross-platform gaming engine,” Google said in a statement.
“Its stable and scalable architecture will allow developers to create a wide variety of high-quality games.”
Google also announced it will be working on a game engine specifically for Android, with a goal of making it available to developers as soon as the Google Android SDK 4.4 is available.
Unity has long been the go to game engine on Linux, with popular games including the highly popular Gears of War 2 and Unreal Engine 4 being ported to the platform.
Google is expected to release the next update of the Game Engine later this year.
Google said it’s partnering with Game Engine International to support Linux development, and it’s working to ensure Unity games will run on all Linux-specific operating systems.
The next version is expected in June or July 2018, according to Google.