- Supported Operating Systems
- Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 (both x86 and x64 are supported)
- Linux distros with GCC 10 or newer, preferably GNU/Linux distro (x86_64 and x86 archs are supported)
- macOS 10.13 High Sierra or newer
- Supported game engines
- Unity 3 or newer
- XNA, FNA, MonoGame, and other engines running on .NET Framework
Where to download BepInEx
Official BepInEx binaries are distributed in two variations: stable builds and bleeding edge (BE) builds.
Stable builds are available on GitHub.
Stable builds are released once a new iteration of BepInEx is considered feature-complete.
They may have only minor bugs, but some newest features might not be available.
It is recommended to use stable builds in most cases.
Bleeding edge builds are available on BepInBuilds.
Bleeding edge builds are always the latest builds of the source code. Thus they are the opposite of stable builds: they have the newest features and bugfixes available but usually tend to be the most buggy.
Therefore you should only use bleeding edge builds if you are asked to or if you want to preview the upcoming version of BepInEx.
There also exist unofficial 3rd party distributions often preconfigured and set up to work with specific games.
Currently, BepInEx can be installed manually.
BepInEx has separate binaries for different game engines. Refer to separate installation guides for the specific engine your game is using:
- Unity games using mono runtime: these games usually have a folder named
Managedsomewhere in their install
- Unity games using Il2Cpp runtime: these games usually have a folder named
il2cpp_datasomewhere in their install
- .NET Framework games
Further steps and troubleshooting
Some games require some additional changes to work around specific limitations of different Unity versions.
Please refer to the troubleshooting section for more information about additional installation steps.