Engin, the Unity engine developer, is preparing to announce that it will merge the existing development team in its core engineering group with the Unity developer team.
The merge is expected to happen in the first quarter of 2019.
“We have a strong core development team, and this merge is part of the process to create a more cohesive and integrated team for the long term,” Engin said.
The Unity team is now comprised of a number of people with the intention of merging into the existing Engin core team.
Engin has previously merged existing development teams in the past, including Unity 2.5 and 3.5.
However, this time around, it is going to merge the current Engin developers into the Unity team as well.
This means that there will be a clear division in the Unity and Engin development teams.
The move will also create an important and necessary change for developers who work on the Engin engine.
It means that Engin’s development team will no longer have direct access to Unity and will no more have access to its core engine.
“This means we will no better have access than we have now,” Engins director of engineering, Bruno Cattaneo, told Ars.
“The whole team will have a better experience.”
“We will also get a fresh start,” Cattaneko added.
“Our developers are no longer working on Engin anymore, so they will get to focus on their own projects.
We will not be looking at Unity anymore, but we will be focusing on the core team, which will include the core Engin engineers, the Engens CTO and a few others.”
The new Engin team is expected in the coming months.
In the meantime, Unity developers will continue to work with Engin and its other development partners.
“Unity is a fantastic platform for us to build our apps, and we are proud of its continued success,” said Engin CEO, Alessandro Boni.
“But as a company, we want to focus our efforts on developing great, open-source technologies, which are needed to support the many millions of people who use Engin every day.
It is this focus on openness that we are excited to announce.””
This is an important step towards making the Engex project even better and more robust than it already is.
The Engex team has worked together for many years and I am confident that the new Engex core team will deliver on the promises they have made so far.
We are looking forward to working together in the months and years to come.”