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The much heralded single-player oriented game type returns with all-out battles with land, space and air-based vehicles on the home worlds of various Unreal Tournament 2004 combatants. In one scenario, players will experience the adrenaline rush of space-based battle while attacking or defending a Skaarj mother ship. Another scenario takes place on Xan Kriegor's mechanical home world where players attack or defend a robot construction factory. There are plans for six assault scenarios in the game.
Unreal Tournament 2004 has a new multi-player-oriented combat game on custom-built large-scale maps, featuring awesome new weapons and land and air based vehicles. From the lethal bomber to the nefarious spider mines--players will work as teams to control map points and win the conflict. There are plans for the game to include nine onslaught maps.
The game will include 20 never-before-seen maps for the existing game types, featuring tons of new textures, new static meshes and new music. It's a field day for mod makers! Also included are new maps from Digital Extremes designed specifically to appeal to "hardcore" UT players.
Awesome, Looks good if a little aged but overall a good game. AND you get a map editor.Published 1 month ago by Jason Ryan
Game was bought so I could use the UnrealEditor, as I need it for my university coursework. Old school game, editor has some bugs, but you can't go wrong for £4Published on 2 Dec. 2010 by DafyddAlt
I'm not much of a writer, so I'll keep this short. UT2004 is amazing. Buy it.Published on 31 Aug. 2010 by P. MCKENNA
I have played all Unreal Tournament games over the years and without doubt version number 4 is the best. Read morePublished on 13 Jun. 2010 by A. Tait
Good game, good follow on to the unreal tournament series, some say better then the new versions, Im still into the original GOTY edition but this makes a nice change being better... Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2010 by Speagle
After years of use I still love this game. As with the older UT99 it just works brilliantly and every game mode is great. Read morePublished on 19 July 2009 by Blue Valley