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callard

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Hi,

This maybe a very stupid question but I really would like to know. Well my question is, is do you have to pay any sort of fee to be able to play Unreal Tournament 2004 online?

Now I've never played it so I don't know anything about it or any other Unreal Tournaments before UT2004. I think it is just an online game, but like I say I havn't played it before so I really don't no.

If anyone could tell me more about the game and what its about and if there is a story mode (in other word not online mode) to it, that would be brill.

Thanks to everyone who can help :tazz:

Edited by callard, 27 September 2005 - 10:25 AM.

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customcomp

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NOPE.

virtually all online pc games are free to play
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once you buy the game, online play is free. the only online games that make you pay are role playing games like everquest.
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You can host your own server, buy servers, or just play in others servers. If you haven't ever played the game, there is a demo of it that allows multiplayer gaming (one map, but still fun). You will have to copy and paste the link because of BBcode.

http://download.nvid...os/UT2004_Demo_[2004-02-10_03.01].exe

Hope that helps. If you're interested in learning the game, I will host a "Training" session for you to teach you the controls. Just add me on MSN and we can set it up.

Rockett

P.S.--Yes there is a single player mode in the full version, and it's very tough (depending on how you set the AI...Yes, it's adjustable just for noobies) It's a "Tournament" ladder, which gets consistently harder (I haven't played a whole lot of the single player...But it's neat)

Here are a couple vids I took playing it: The one I made my Avatar out of...
HeadShots and Redeemer action....

And here's a SS of my "Best so far" :tazz:

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Edited by Rockett, 28 September 2005 - 08:42 PM.

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I don`t know this sites` policy but if you want I can tell you how to play UT online with no copy, costs you no money, just dl`d a patch a master code and you`r good to go.
In story mode you enter the tournament than qualify for the big league of the UT games, after competing everyone you go against the former champ and you then become the current champ yourself, no real script in UT, just action, some new features(caracters, game modes, etc.)
I finished the game like 20 times, it helps you develope your skills towards the online game which can be real hard.
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I`m currently going through finishing the game in the MASTERFUL level, it`s real hard, my respects to the ones who can finish it in godlike, it`s imposible.
And lets not start talking of the final battle agains Malcolm :tazz: just imposible
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UT 2007 should be announced on the upcoming E3!

sorry for spelling issues etc. :)

Edited by RandomUser, 29 September 2005 - 12:07 AM.

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Rockett

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I would do it the legal way, IP's are logged with serial numbers. :tazz:

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