In response to Unity’s recent actions, indie game developer and publisher Re-Logic, famous for making the game Terraria, have announced massive donations to both the Godot game engine and FNA.
Details from the Terraria Twitter account:
I assume most of you have heard of the open source Godot game engine at this point, but FNA may be a bit more unknown. It is a special version of Microsoft’s retired XNA game framework, making it easy to port XNA powered games to other platforms and consoles. We first talked about FNA back in 2015 when it was first released then again in 2020 when they released a Vulkan port.
You can learn more about the Re-Logic generous donation to the Godot Foundation and to the FNA open source project in the video below.