Unreal Tournament Epic Megagames, Digital Extremes / GT Interactive 1999

Before the highly anticipated Quake3, there came UT on the market and it came as a surprise to many that it was so good. Especially the new game mode Assault (one storms a fortress or escapes from a prison) arouse enthusiasm in players. After a round, the sides are changed and one must beat the time of other team. All levels are well-formed without exception and are eventful. A tournament procedure became implemented in which one fights only against Bots (in the team modes one gets Bots put on their own side too and can give to them orders). You must go through other modes such as Last Man Standing, Dominion, Assault and 3 extreme Deatmatch levels to a final opponent in Deathmatch. The good graphics and the diverse levels, as well as the intelligent Bots already make the single player game a lot of fun, but especially on the network with teams, this Tournament is quite Unreal and brilliant. Taking the action to a sampler of sci-fi settings such as a spaceship hurtling through space and skyscrapers so tall that there was low gravity at the top, the UT maps gave a startling sense of putting the battles in exotic locales. Location-based headshots made the sniper rifle a force to be reckoned with. The alternate firing mode of the shock rifle made timing-based combo attacks possible, while a supercharged rocket launcher fired up to six explosive rounds at once. Even the lowly pistol could be satisfying when you picked up a second and ran around Chow Yun Fat-style, with two guns throwing out rounds twice as fast. The mutator format made it easy to package and distribute minor gameplay tweaks, such as instagib game types or low-gravity settings. Since the mutators acted on the game servers, players didn't have to download anything extra themselves; they just had to join a game with a given mutator enabled. UT's mod scene also provided a decent selection of free content, such as the popular Tactical Ops mod, which aped the massively popular Counter-Strike but with UT's much better graphics under the hood.

See also: #Bonus Pack 1, #Digital Extremes Pack, #Inoxx Pack, #Bonus Pack 4, #PC Zone March 2000 Coverdisk, #PC Zone April 2000 Coverdisk: Unreal Tournament, Quake III & Half-Life 500 Levels, #Unreal Tournament Ultra Add On Pack: 2500 Maps

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Level Demo v348 ~53MB ( @ Gamefront)
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Beta Demo ~277MB [80% of the final game levels, slightly different, two new levels (DM-Tutorial and DM-Liandri), new logo map, new Retro skin] (upped by Scaryfun)
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Beta Build 222 ~237MB (thanks to Delacroix & upped by Scaryfun)
Fan-Made Maps
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Hi-Res S3TC Textures Addon & UT rip patch enabler (in Mod/Addon page) Unreal engine Direct3D 10 renderer 160kb
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Total Conversions
Full Demo ~150MB (upped by keropi)Hi-Res Addon ~95MB (upped by Scaryfun)Music Addon ~29MB (made for 3DSL by germo & upped by Scaryfun)
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Game Of The Year Edition - GOG Digital ISO Demo v2.0.0.5 + Manual 302+27MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Game Of The Year Edition - 2CD ISO Demo 934MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
Full CD-Rip Game Of The Year Edition ISO (@ FPS Legends) 420MB
Clone 2CD ISO Demo 955MB (uploaded by Egon68)
New D3D and OpenGL renderers and Precompiled Launcher (Modern system speed fix) 110kb+69kb (uploaded by Chris Dohnal / Sebastian Kaufel)
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Game Of The Year - HighEnd Textures + Addons 1.6GB (uploaded by 3Spot)

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