The next-generation Unity game engine (GE) that is being developed for mobile devices has been reported to have been affected by a security issue.
Unity 5.6.3 was released in March and is the last major version released with Unity Engine.
Unity 6.5.0 is also expected to arrive this week, but there have been no updates to the game engine.
The latest news comes from the Unity blog post, which reveals that the Unity 5 version was found to be vulnerable to a security flaw.
The issue has been fixed in the latest version of the game, but it is unclear if that is a bug or an exploit that could be exploited by malicious actors.
In a blog post about the report, Unity 5 developer Michael Boesing said that the engine had been patched in Unity 6 but there were still issues.
“We have patched our codebase for the next iteration of the engine and are looking forward to the release of a fully functional Unity 6 engine in the coming weeks,” Boesings wrote.
“As a result of the security fix in Unity 5, Unity 6 has a number of new features that we’re really excited about, including support for multiple game engines, new game modes and new features.”
However, we have also noticed that our engine is not behaving as expected in the current Unity 6 release cycle and the next version of Unity, Unity 7, is expected to be released in early 2018.
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding as we work through this issue.
“A spokesperson for Unity said in a statement: “We’ve been monitoring this issue for a few weeks now and are aware of it, and we are working on an immediate fix.
“Thanks for your patience.””
Thanks for your patience.”