Unreal Tournament

Updated: 03/05/2023 by Computer Hope

Unreal Tournament overview

Unreal TournamentType: Action
ESRB Rating: Mature
Release Date: 11/30/1999
Developer: Epic Games (PC), Westlake Interactive (Mac)
Publisher: GT Interactive (PC), MacSoft (Mac)

Unreal Tournament is the sequel to the popular original Unreal game. Unreal Tournament, also called Unreal Tournament '99 or UT99 for short, is one of the most innovative and fun first person action games we have played in a long time. Unreal Tournament has a great single player and multiplayer with over 50 levels, 10 different weapons each with dual modes of fire, 300 possible skins, models, and more.

The main feature that makes Unreal Tournament unique from Quake3 is the ability of playing the game with or without a 3D accelerator or the requirement of OpenGL support.

For any player who enjoys first-person or action games, we highly recommend Unreal Tournament.

System Requirements: Microsoft Windows - Apple - Linux

Windows System Requirements
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT4, Windows 2000
Processor: Intel Pentium 200 MHz
Memory: 32 MB RAM
Graphics Card: SVGA graphics, 256 colors
See Supported 3D accelerators list on this page for compatible 3D accelerator video cards.
Sound Card: Windows compatible sound card
Hard Drive Space: 120 MB
Controls: Keyboard & Mouse
Joystick/Gamepad optional
Multiplayer: 28.8 Kbps modem or TCP/IP compatible network card

Supported 3D accelerators

3DFX Voodoo, Voodoo2, Voodoo3, Voodoo Rush, Voodoo Banshee
ATI Rage 128
Intel/Real3D i740, NEC PowerVR PCX2
Savage3D, Savage4.

Unreal Tournament also supports Direct3D and OpenGL.

See http://unreal.epicgames.com for additional supported video chipsets after the initial release of Unreal Tournament.

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