Unity WebGL Game Data
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What is a UNITYWEB file?
When a developer builds their game for WebGL, Unity produces a folder with a variety of files related to that game. Some of these files are UNITYWEB files. UNITYWEB files are located in a game's Build directory, and they are named:
- MyProject.wasm.code.unityweb: Contains the game's WebAssembly binary
- MyProject.wasm.memory.unityweb: Contains a binary image used to initialize the heap memory for the game's player; generated only for multi-threaded builds
- MyProject.data.unityweb: Contains the game's assets and scenes
NOTE: Some Unity WebGL games may include additional UNITYWEB files in their Build directory, depending on which version of Unity was used to build the game.
How to open a UNITYWEB file
UNITYWEB files are not meant to be opened manually. However, modders and other developers who wish to extract assets from asset-related UNITYWEB files can do so using AssetStudio (Windows), the Unity Assets Bundle Extractor (Windows), and other Unity asset extraction tools.