Unreal Tournament 3, set to arrive in 2H 2007

By Justin Mann on January 26, 2007, 3:36 PM
The long-anticipated successor to Unreal Tournament 2004 has gotten a slight facelift, with the official title being changed to Unreal Tournament 3. Interestingly enough, it's actually the fourth installment of UT, so the name is somewhat of a misnomer. Either way, the UT series has failed to disappoint as one of the best twitch-FPS around, and is a stock choice for LANs everywhere. The games publishers, Midway, also announced that the title will be available, aside from the PC and PlayStation 3, on the Xbox 360.

The game is set to ship in 2H 2007, and I look forward to its release.




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Jesse_hz said:
First Valve with their HL[b]2[/b]:Episodes and now this.
black_death said:
I'm a huge UT fan and I've been waiting for this game since 2004 and It has exceeding my expectations. They call it 3 because 2003 and 2004 were basically the same except 2004 had a few extra features, it was more of an expansion pack than a new game or they could be calling it 3 because it's using Unreal Engine 3.
Fiziks said:
Really, you think?? I couldn't see how 03 and 04 were very alike. Anyways, this is more equivilent to, say, the warcraft evolution rather than HL2. HL2 used the same basic.. well.. everything to create the episodes, Unreal is the type of series that will showcase and push to the limit the current technology and hardware that is available during the time of its release.I'm curious to see how well this game is crafted, and ultimately this game will be mine. Mwahaha :]
otester said:
Unreal Engine has always been the best. Usually lacked more visually but gained from realism by not using hit scan.However UT2007 will have better effects.I plan on getting a non-DX10 system since Vista and the new games are rubbish, yes Crysis is bs now since EA took it, shame that is.I think a high end ATi and a E6600 should be fine.
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