These are the tools you need to manage your game deployments:

  • the Console
  • the CLI
  • the Launcher

Installing the SpatialOS tools is a prerequisite for using the Worker SDK and the GDKs for Unreal and Unity.

You get access to the Console when you sign up to SpatialOS, but you need to install the CLI and the Launcher. See the tools installation guides for Windows, macOS, and Linux.


This is a web-based tool for debugging and managing games. The Console is made up of the Inspector, the Logs viewer, and the Metrics viewer.


A set of commands for managing and developing SpatialOS projects. See the CLI documentation
for details.


The Launcher is a tool that can launch a platform-specific client to connect to your deployments. It’s great for quickly testing your latest build and sharing your project with others.

  • The Launcher can only launch clients built using the GDK for Unity or GDK for Unreal.
  • You can’t use the Launcher on Linux.

See the Launcher documentation for more details.

2020-07-29 Page updated with editorial review: removed references to Playtest Hub.

Updated about a year ago


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