Open 3D Engine 22.10 released with better multiplayer support and usability improvements


Ahead of the launch of O3DCON tomorrow in Austin, TX as a developer event around the Open 3D Engine game engine supported by the Linux Foundation and many organizations, O3DE 22.10 has been released.

The Open 3D Engine (O3DE) is the open source game engine spun off from Amazon’s Lumberyard and officially announced last year. Since then, it has received strong industry support, such as Epic Games, Microsoft, and many other big names who support the Open 3D Foundation to guide its development.

With today’s Open 3D Engine version 22.10, there are multiplayer enhancements, improvements for artist workflows, numerous usability improvements, better terrain performance, and the ability to handle worlds up to 16km x 16km, new atmosphere and sky star components, and tons of fixes and other improvements throughout this growing codebase.

Downloads and more details about the O3DE 22.10 open source game engine via


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