UT3 to have 3 to 4 dozen multiplayer maps?

UT3 to have 3 to 4 dozen multiplayer maps?

Published On July 5, 2007 | By Chris Taylor | News

The latest edition of OXM has released new information about the 360 version of Unreal Tournament 3. Beyond Unreal recently did an article on this:

“The newest issue of OXM has a short video documentary on it’s demo disc. While it’s only a few minutes in length I think it possibly the most detailed look at UT3 to date. Within the video there are many maps shown. As far as one can tell, it showed mostly all CTF and DM maps. Some maps are shown with vehicles, but I saw no nodes to distinguish them as Warfare maps. One particular interesting map shown looks like the new Deck DM map. While I can’t confirm it as Deck, it had the signature pool of toxic sludge at the bottom of the map. The other maps shown had a wide variety of different themes and they all looked fantastic.

Aside from the gameplay shown in the video, it offered a few details about the game. It was said that the original idea was to make gigantic maps utilizing UE3’s streaming technology for up to 64 players at once. They decided that it didn’t feel like a UT game and went back to improving the original formula. Each map starts out as a basic BSP layout and is play tested until they think it is fun and then it is handed over to have static meshes and the rest of the artistic assets created. There will be 3 to 4 dozen multiplayer maps in the retail version of the game. The single player portion will have even more maps than multiplayer.”

So that’s around 48 different multiplayer maps to frag and blast the heck out of!

Leave a comment below on whether you will be buying this game and whether the amount of maps is good enough to suit you.

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Chris is a Northern lad with a passion for video games. With his opinions on video games and his need to force these onto other people, Chris began writing for Console Monster in 2006. Chris is a bona fide nerd who enjoys any decent game that can keep his interest. Being a keen music fan, in his spare time (what little he has) he likes to go to gigs and spends most time with some music on.