Unreal Tournament III goes Black to its Free demo roots.

Unreal Tournament III goes Black to its Free demo roots.

Today kicked off the 10-year anniversary of the demo release of Unreal Tournament.

To celebrate Epic Games is opening up its servers for free  for people to download Unreal Tournament 3 Black for the PC and play it in, of course, its demo mode. This offer will only last through to the weekend for people who can log into Valve’s Steam digital distribution service at www.steamgames.com

For gamers who like this game well enough, to maintain playing the game will cost $11.99

Unreal III : Soldier

This latest iteration of this fast paced first person shooter boasts more official content and community mods, and they will also be free for users to download in the next few days.

To name just a few of the extra features, also included is the Titan Pack, which includes new environments, item enhancements, the Titan mutator, Greed and Betrayal game types and the Stealthbiner vehicle. For players who purchased an earlier version at retail cost, they can enter their key by using the “Activate a product on Steam” through the clients’ software and it will automatically update the software to the latest version for free.

Also, the original Unreal Tournament will be on sale for $1.99, and after the free preview release weekend, both Unreal Tournament 3 Black and the Unreal Deal Pack will be available for 60% off straight through to September 27.

If that is not enough to sate the palette of warriors, the phase three winners of the $1 Million Intel Make Something Unreal Contest have been announced, and judging for phase four commenced. Winning first place is The Ball : Teotl Mod by Sjoerd De Jong and second is Prometheus by Rachel Cordone. A complete list of phase three winners can be found here.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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