Announced a few months back at SIGRAPH, Maxon have finally released Cinema 4D Release 21. Perhaps the biggest and most contraversial new feature of this release is the change to a single SKU, combined with a new subscription based licensing model.
Details of the announcement from Maxon:
Maxon, the leading developer of professional 3D modeling, animation and rendering solutions, today announced the availability of Cinema 4D Release 21 (R21). The next generation of the professional 3D application features a completely new Caps and Bevel system, new Field Force dynamics, interface speed enhancements, and numerous rendering, workflow and core performance improvements. With Release 21, Maxon initiates a new singular version of Cinema 4D and new low-cost subscription pricing plans to ensure easy access to creatives.
“Release 21 delivers innovations and efficiencies that extend our objective to help customers meet the shifting needs of the competitive content creation industry,” said Maxon CEO Dave McGavran. “Simplified access to Cinema 4D and low-entry pricing allow artists to focus less on budget and more on the creative process.”