Unity, a cross platform gaming engine, has now been updated to support Windows 10 and the 'Universal Windows Platform'. The update brings the version of Unity to 5.2 and is currently available for download.
Unity 5.2 will support the Universal Windows Platform that will allow games to be built for a wide range of products that includes phones, tablets, PCs and Xbox. Unity 5.2 will also bring Visual Studio into the mix becoming the default script editor in Windows.
Unity 5.2 will also introduce an in-editor that will allow easy access to Unity's other components: Unity Ads, Unity Analytics, Unity Cloud Build and Unity Multiplayer without the need for integration into a single SDK. The new update will also bring expanded VR / AR support with the inclusion of 'Project Morpheus'.
For those interested, you can download Unity 5.2 directly from the site. Unity is available in three different versions: Personal (free), Pro ($75/month) and Enterprise.