Unity game development is a complex process that covers, mobile, PC and console, VR and AR development of games on the basis of the Unity platform. It offers a robust and well-developed ecosystem that is highly appreciated by developers globally. For comparison, 52% of mobile app development is powered on the basis of the Unity engine, 60% of VR and AR, and 99% of all indie games.
Unity has various tools, features and constant updates to its developers in store, which helps in producing high-loaded games with extreme resolutions and great performance. Moreover, the platform is free, agile, and, hence, resulted in the emergence of a strong user's community.
As it is cross-platform, its operational systems range from iOS to PS4, as well as from Windows Mixed Reality or Android TV ones. Unity makes it possible to develop both simple and complex games, as it is highly scalable.
As much as world-open the platform might be, it lacks a lot of useful features. So, developers often take it on to program a new one, specifically for their project requirements. However, since Unity allows for language scripting, this task is easily accomplished by well-experienced developers.