1. Main Features
- Single player and multiplayer arena battle gameplay
- Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and Last Man Standing game modes
- Bots that can be customized from changing their name and appearance to altering their difficulty
2. Software Overview
Epic Games Unreal Tournament is a First Person Shooter (FPS) game. It was originally released for Windows in 1998 and is now available through Steam.
Unreal Tournament pits you against your opponents with frenetic "King of the Hill" gameplay similar to Quake III Arena. The game primarily focuses on head-to-head multiplayer deathmatches but also provides a single-player campaign that consists of a series of arena matches against bots. Featured game types include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Last Man Standing, Domination, and Assault.
Unreal Tournament allows you to customize the bots by changing their names, awareness, appearance, and weapon preferences. More importantly, you can choose their difficulty from Novice to Hardcore Modes that make the opponent bots slower and weaker or quicker and stronger depending on how much of a challenge you want.
Unreal Tournament won over many FPS fans and was the 1999 Game of the Year. The game was played in the 2001 and 2002 World Cyber Game and eventually spawned several sequels. Although the graphics are nowhere near today's offerings, Epic Games Unreal Tournament is still a fun, action-packed FPS game.
3. Supported File Types
|1||.DEM||Video Game Demo File|
|2||.DEM||Unreal Engine Game Replay File|
|3||.EST_UAX||Spanish Unreal Audio Package|
|4||.T3D||Unreal Engine 3D Object File|
|5||.U||Unreal Tournament Class Package|
|6||.UAX||Unreal Audio Package|
|7||.UMOD||Unreal Tournament Module File|
|8||.UMX||Unreal Music Package|
|9||.UXX||Unreal Tournament Cache|
Updated: September 20, 2015