Even if you’re not at the eight-and-a-half-hour mark that the average hardcore gamer puts in each day, you might still consider yourself a pretty dedicated gamer. At least, if you play a lot, you’ve probably come up with some pretty interesting ideas for your own games. So, why not learn how to make them a reality while also getting a cool perk to feed your gaming sessions?
During our Spring Digital Blowout, you can get The All-In-One Hardcore Unity Game Developer Bundle ft. Xbox Ultimate 1-Month Game Pass for just $24.97. That’s eight online courses on Unity game development, plus a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, for a single price. And yes, you can still get it even if you’ve had Game Pass before; just make sure your account has expired first.
The eight Unity courses are taught by Zenva Academy (4.5/5-star instructor rating). Trusted by more than one million learners and developers, Zenva’s training includes videos, project files, and mentor support to help you master game development, no matter what level you’re starting at. Whether you need to start with the introductory course or you’re ready to start crafting your first 3D game, the courses give you a comprehensive guide to making your game ideas a reality.
Plus, you’ll also get the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for one month, giving you access to the most advanced online console multiplayer network, free games every month, and up to 50% off in the Xbox Store. Plus, you’ll enjoy Xbox Cloud Gaming, allowing you to play more than 100 games on console, PC, phones and tablets. There’s even an EA Play membership included for no additional cost.
Indulge your gaming interests for an amazing price. Between 3/22 and 11:59 pm on 4/3, you can get The All-In-One Hardcore Unity Game Developer Bundle ft. Xbox Ultimate 1-Month Game Pass for just $24.97.
Prices subject to change.
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