RPG Maker Unite Map-Making Improvements Detailed

Gotcha Gotcha Games provided further details on the upcoming RPG Maker Unite creation suite. The latest update covers two new features designed to help users create maps more quickly.

The first addition is known as Parallax Mapping. This allows users to use images as the base for a map rather than creating one using tiles. The second addition is a new set of assets called Large Parts. These are large pre-built items such as houses, trees, and castles, with users able to create, share, and import their own custom objects. Once the map design is finished, players are then able to define the various collision settings and locations within it.

RPG Maker Unite is currently planned to release on PC and Mac later this year and is available to wishlist now on Steam. It will be the first entry in the series to utilise the Unity engine. As with other entries, it will come with its own library of assets and pre-made database to help players create their own games.



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