After initially opening up their developer resources for a few months, Unity Technologies have now decided to make Unity Learn Premium actually free for all.
Unity mentioned that over three hundred thousand developers sign up for their initial three-months free period, so clearly there was a huge amount of interest. Giving access to a wealth of resources including game template projects, live chats with Unity experts, Unity courses to follow, tutorials and so on it's quite a nice boost for game developers.
Speaking about the change in a blog post, Unity's Jessica Lindl mentioned how no one "could have anticipated the economy and job market we find ourselves in today" and that the "need to gain new skills quickly is more important than ever for those looking for new opportunities" which is part of why they've done this.
If you've recently started working with Unity it looks like a great place to get up to speed. Considering the amount of game engine competition, it makes sense to provide developers a solid free place to get such resources too.
Check out Unity Learn here.