Stride is licensed under
the permissive MIT license!

Frequently asked questions

Stride currently supports Windows, Android, iOS, Xbox One and Universal Windows Platforms (UWP). Stride also supports most popular VR devices and has experimental support for Linux.

See the Stride features page, the Stride documentation, the Stride blog, and the Stride release notes. If you can't find what you're looking for, ask on the Stride Github discussions.

No. Xenko 3.x and Stride 4+ are covered by MIT license.

Stride is open-source, highly modular, and super-versatile. You can use it to create mobile, PC and VR games, or as a high-end rendering engine for applications such as training simulations or architecture and engineering software.

Yes. You own all the content you make with Stride.

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