# How can I remove Godot's splash screen?

I started using Godot lately (mostly because the editor supports Linux).

There is one thing that bothers me: the Godot splash screen. I know that I can (somehow) remove it and I saw something about C but I'm not sure.

Is there any way to remove it? Or maybe it is only in the editor and once you export the game it'll disappear?

• Do you mean the starting splash screen? There are several mentions to removing or replacing it through a quick Google search, including The GODOT forums and Reddit. – Gnemlock Aug 10 '16 at 12:13
• I mean the scree that shows for 5 frames ( until loading is done) – Itay Sharon Aug 10 '16 at 13:11
• Why would you want to remove the splash? Be proud of it. Support the engine. That way when your game gets more popular then other people can see the engine and contribute to it. If you really want to replace it, then examine the C++ code till you find it and replace it with something... I personally prefer that rather than a black frozen screen while the engine loads. – rlam12 Aug 11 '16 at 21:42
• @rlam12 I agree, one should not be ashamed to be using the Godot Engine, but still, especially for a piece of software that wants to be free as in freedom, it's incredibly important that it can be disabled. You should, enable it, because you're also allowed to disable it, if you know what i mean. That's (apart from all the technical advantages) what makes Godot special! – NeoTheThird Mar 26 '17 at 15:09

Go to Scene > Project Settings > Application and change the boot_splash property.