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NOTE: This codebase is now deprecated.

The latest version of the Unreal Plugin can be found at

Legacy Unity Plugin

License Discord Master docs Unity 3D

Welcome to Unity Plugin. It allows game developers to easily control the browsing and installation of User-Generated Content in UGC-supported games. The C# interface built on the Unity Engine provides an easy way of connecting to the API. We have a test environment available which offers developers a private sandbox to try the Unity Plugin out.


  • Platform agnostic (support 1 click mod installs on Steam, Epic Games Store, Discord, GOG, and even consoles in the future)
  • Clientless (it has no other dependencies and works behind the scenes in your game)
  • Ready-to-go, fully functional and customizable mod browsing UI
  • C# interface built on the Unity Engine for connecting to the API
  • Powerful search, filtering and tagging of mods
  • Player preference and accounty management


Requires Unity 2017.3 or later. Tested on Windows, and MacOS.

Asset Store or .unitypackage

Import a package from the Asset Store or the Releases page. If you have any previous versions of the plugin installed, it is highly recommended to delete them before importing a newer version.

Alternatively, you can download an archive of the code using GitHub's download feature and place it in the Assets/Plugins directory within your Unity project.

Getting started

  1. Implement support for user-generated content in your project. Maps, skins, or game modes are often a good place to start.
  2. Set up your game profile on (or our private test environment) to get your game ID and API key.
  3. Add the plugin to your game using the installation instructions above.
  4. Drop the ModBrowser prefab into your menu scene, or adapt the Example Scene for your purposes.
  5. Input your ID and API key by selecting "Plugin Settings" on the ModBrowser component inspector, or under the Tools/ Settings menu item
  6. In your code, make a call to ModManager.QueryInstalledModDirectories() to get a list of mod data your player has installed (read our wiki for detailed instructions)
  7. Setup complete! Join us on Discord if you have questions or need help.

All mods submitted to will be automatically fetched and managed by the plugin, and are instantly downloadable and testable.


Browse Mods

// -- Get as many mods as possible (unfiltered) --
                     (r) => OnModsReceived(r.items),
                     (e) => OnError(e));

// -- Get a specified subset of filtered mods --
RequestFilter filter = new RequestFilter();
filter.sortFieldName = API.GetAllModsFilterFields.dateLive;
filter.isSortAscending = false;
	= new StringLikeFilter() { likeValue = "mod" };

APIPaginationParameters pagination = new APIPaginationParameters()
	offset = 20,
	limit = 10,

                     (r) => OnModsReceived(r.items),
                     (e) => OnError(e));

User Authentication

// -- Authenticate using external service using wrapper functions --
                        (termsInfo) => DisplayTermsOfUse(termsInfo),
                        (e) => OnError(e));

bool hasUserConsentedToTermsOfUse = true;

UserAccountManagement.AuthenticateWithGOGEncryptedAppTicket(ticketData, ticketSize,
                                                            (userProfile) => OnUserAuthenticated(userProfile),
                                                            (e) => OnError(e));

// -- Authenticate via email-flow manually using APIClient --
                           (message) => OnSecurityCodeSent(),
                           (e) => OnError(e));

                        (token) => OnTokenReceived(token),
                        (e) => OnError(e));

LocalUser.instance = new LocalUser();
LocalUser.OAuthToken = receivedOAuthToken;

APIClient.GetAuthenticatedUser((userProfile) => OnProfileReceived(userProfile),
                               (e) => OnError(e));

LocalUser.Profile = userProfile;

Manage Subscriptions

// -- Sub/Unsubscribe --

// -- Fetch and Store ---
                               (subscribedMods) => OnSubscriptionsReceived(subscribedMods),
                               (e) => OnError(e));

int[] modIds = Utility.MapProfileIds(subscribedMods);
LocalUser.SubscribedModIds = new List<int>(modIds);

// -- Download, Update, and Install Subscribed Mods --
                                                                               () => OnCompleted()));

Submit Mods

// -- Changes to a Mod Profile --
EditableModProfile modEdits = EditableModProfile.CreateFromProfile(existingModProfile); = "Updated Mod Name"; = true;
modEdits.tags.value = new string[] { "campaign" };
modEdits.tags.isDirty = true;

                            (updatedProfile) => OnChangesSubmitted(updatedProfile),
                            (e) => OnError(e));

// -- Upload a new build --
EditableModfile modBuildInformation = new EditableModfile();
modBuildInformation.version.value = "1.2.0";
modBuildInformation.version.isDirty = true;
modBuildInformation.version.changelog = "Changes were made!";
modBuildInformation.version.isDirty = true;
modBuildInformation.version.metadatBlob = "Some game-specific metadata";
modBuildInformation.version.isDirty = true;

                                    true, // set as the current build
                                    (modfile) => OnUploaded(modfile),
                                    (e) => OnError(e));


The Unity Plugin requires the functionality of two other open-source Unity plugins to run. These are included as libraries in the UnityPackage in the Plugins directory, or in the repository under third_party:

Benefits offers the same core functionality as Steamworks Workshop (1 click mod installs in-game), plus mod hosting, moderation and all of the critical pieces needed. Where we differ is our approach to modding and the flexibility a REST API offers. For example: 

  • Our API is not dependent on a client or SDK, allowing you to run in many places such as your homepage and launchers
  • Designing a good mod browsing UI is hard, our plugin ships with a UI built in to save you a lot of effort and help your mods stand out
  • We don’t apply rules globally, so if you want to enable patronage, sales or other experimental features, reach out to discuss
  • Our platform is built by the super experienced team and is continually improving for your benefit
  • Your community can consume the API to build modding fan sites or discord bots if they want
  • Communicate and interact with your players, using our built-in emailer

Large studios and Publishers

A private white label option is available to license, if you want a fully featured mod-platform that you can control and host in-house. Contact us to discuss.

Contributions Welcome

Our Unity plugin is public and open source. Game developers are welcome to utilize it directly, to add support for mods in their games, or fork it for their games customized use. Want to make changes to our plugin? Submit a pull request with your recommended changes to be reviewed.

Other Repositories

Our aim with, is to provide an open modding API. You are welcome to view, fork and contribute to our other codebases in use.