Development work is underway on the new Unreal Tournament sequel, and as promised, Epic Games is putting that work right out in the open. Yesterday, the studio posted the first deathmatch footage from an early build of the game:
Okay, so that's a really, really early build. Still, it looks stable enough for the dev team to have fun playing it, even in this state. Considering development started only three weeks ago, that's not half bad.
Check our original coverage for more details on the new UT and Epic's plan for an open, collaborative development effort.
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