- I would like to know if I can use an Asset from the Asset Store in a game I am going to sell.
- I would like to use Unity's free assets/ the Unity Standard Assets in my game.
- I have purchased an asset from the Asset Store and want to use this in my game.
- I have downloaded a free asset from the Asset Store and want to use this in my game.
- I want to use assets from a Unity Tutorial in my commercial game.
You can purchase assets from the Asset Store and use the majority of them in personal and commercial Projects.
Downloading assets can be useful since it can save time on creating art or tools for your game.
You may use the majority of assets from the Unity Store in other engines without limitation. Please take some time to look at our Asset Store Terms for further details on limitations of usage.
Once you have purchased/ downloaded an asset from the Asset Store, it becomes yours to do with as you like within your games and apps. You will be able to use these assets in your game for commercial use with no extra payments.
You can also use free assets in your game for commercial use. Using selected (non-restricted) Unity assets is fine, though be aware that many developers use Unity to create their games/ Projects and most are aware of the assets we provide.
Unity "Restricted Assets" are subject to restrictions that others are not. These are only valid for personal and non-commercial use only. No other use is permitted. These Unity assets must not be used in commercial games. These restrictions will be made clear on the asset's description page and/ or within the provided license .txt file within the Unity package.
Please note: A number of assets included in Unity Tutorials and Templates are intended for educational purposes only. Please ensure you read the license .txt file included with the .unitypackage for more information about certain restrictions that may apply.
You cannot duplicate an asset, or include it in an asset-type product.
You can download Unity's Standard Assets here.
For more information on making a commercial game, please see the article 'Can I make a commercial game with Unity free (Personal) Edition?'.