O3DE Is Open Source & Free

Available for
Linux + Windows

Laptop

Get the latest version 23.10

The latest version comes with exciting new features built from our incredible open source community.

Download Package

VERSION UPDATES

  • New and improved authoring experience for Script Canvas
  • New document property editor (experimental)
  • New prefab overrides (experimental)
  • Improved ability to export projects
  • Atom visual and performance improvements
  • Improvements to robotics starter template
Full Release Notes

Minimum System Requirements

O3DE requires Windows 10 64-bit (versions 1809, 10.0.17763 or later)

  • 2.5 GHz Intel or AMD processor with 4 or more physical cores
  • 8 GB RAM
  • DirectX 12, Vulkan-compatible, or Metal-compatible video card with 2 GB VRAM minimum
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with driver version 471.11 or later
    • AMD Radeon Pro 560 or higher with latest drivers
    • Intel HD 630 or higher with latest drivers
    • Shader Model 6.2 (or Shader Model 6.3 to use raytracing features)
    • 4 GB VRAM recommended
  • 40 to 100 GB of free disk space
  • 1366 x 768 px screen resolution

VERSION UPDATES

  • New and improved authoring experience for Script Canvas
  • New document property editor (experimental)
  • New prefab overrides (experimental)
  • Improved ability to export projects
  • Atom visual and performance improvements
  • Improvements to robotics starter template
Full Release Notes

Customise your engine

Looking to dive deep into O3DE?
Get the engine sources, build O3DE, and start working with the code now.


HELPFUL RESOURCES

Download O3DE, follow the installation instructions, watch the videos below, and start interacting with our awesome community.

Prerequisites of O3DE

Read up on the hardware and platform requirements to build and run O3DE.

Learn More

Setting up O3DE from GitHub

For the Developer Preview, follow these instructions closely. Save yourself a few early adopter headaches!

Learn More

Install O3DE for Windows

Learn how to install O3DE for Windows 64-bit.

Learn More

Setup Troubleshooting

Rarely do things go perfectly. Check out our initial troubleshooting advice, or contribute your own tips!

Learn more

Get the latest version 23.10

The latest version comes with exciting new features built from our incredible open source community.

Download Package

VERSION UPDATES

  • Improvements to the installation and setup experience
  • New and improved authoring experience for Script Canvas
  • New document property editor (experimental)
  • New prefab overrides (experimental)
  • Installation and gem improvements
  • Improved ability to export projects
  • Atom visual and performance improvements
  • Improvements to robotics starter template
Full Release Notes

Minimum System Requirements

O3DE for Linux requires Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

  • 2.5 GHz Intel or AMD processor with 4 or more physical cores
  • 8 GB RAM
  • DirectX 12, Vulkan-compatible, or Metal-compatible video card with 2 GB VRAM minimum
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with driver version 471.11 or later
    • AMD Radeon Pro 560 or higher with latest drivers
    • Intel HD 630 or higher with latest drivers
    • Shader Model 6.2 (or Shader Model 6.3 to use raytracing features)
    • 4 GB VRAM recommended
  • 40 to 100 GB of free disk space
  • 1366 x 768 px screen resolution

VERSION UPDATES

  • Improvements to the installation and setup experience
  • New and improved authoring experience for Script Canvas
  • New document property editor (experimental)
  • New prefab overrides (experimental)
  • Installation and gem improvements
  • Improved ability to export projects
  • Atom visual and performance improvements
  • Improvements to robotics starter template
Full Release Notes

Customise your engine

Looking to dive deep into O3DE?
Get the engine sources, build O3DE, and start working with the code now.


HELPFUL RESOURCES

Download O3DE, follow the installation instructions, watch the videos below, and start interacting with our awesome community.

Prerequisites of O3DE

Read up on the hardware and platform requirements to build and run O3DE.

Learn More

Setting up O3DE from GitHub

For the Developer Preview, follow these instructions closely. Save yourself a few early adopter headaches!

Learn More

Install O3DE for Windows

Learn how to install O3DE for Windows 64-bit.

Learn More

Setup Troubleshooting

Rarely do things go perfectly. Check out our initial troubleshooting advice, or contribute your own tips!

Learn more

Community Support

O3DE has a global, open source community has a wide and inclusive family who support and create together to ensure everyone can succeed and take part.

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