Occasionally, VRChat will update within major Unity versions.
Upgrading your projects between these is easy in comparison to major version switches.
Close all of your open projects.
Check the Currently Supported Unity Version and install the new version of Unity via Unity Hub.
Although we list the standalone installer on that page, you really should be using Hub. We're assuming you're using it in these steps.
Always create a backup of your project before making big, potentially destructive changes. You can do this by just making a copy of the project folder and migrating that instead of your main project. That way, if it messes up, you can delete it and start over.
If you're an advanced user and know how to use version control like git, you definitely should use that. It makes managing backups like this trivial.
Open the copy of your project in the new version.
You'll get some upgrade warnings. This is fine! Click "Yes", "OK", or whatever the "affirmative" button may be.
After some time, your migration will be complete. That's it!
SDK updates aren't always needed in minor version upgrades. If they are, this is when you'd do it.
Close your project after migration, and use the VCC to upgrade your SDK.
Here are a few additional tips that may help you out in the process.
There are a few Unity warnings that may pop up during migration that you can safely click past. Here are a few you may see.
If your project is large, migration might take a long time. There are a few folders that you don't need to migrate over if the project is especially huge. You can delete these folders safely from the copy.
You probably won't have all of these folders in your project.
/Library/ /Temp/ /Obj/ /Build/ /Builds/ /Logs/ /UserSettings/
The SDK may warn you that you're on the wrong version, even though you know you're on the correct one.
This is fine! If you know for a fact you're on the correct version, you can ignore this message.
Updated 2 months ago