Unreal Tournament Pre-Alpha Gets New Developer-Made Map, Available On Just-Launched Marketplace

Now available in the pre-alpha version of Epic Games’ work-in-progress arena shooter reboot, Unreal Tournament, is a new multiplayer maps that gives fans a proper, high-resolution, developer-made multiplayer arena to battle it out on.

The pre-alpha has technically been playable for some time now, but the new map, now available on the also just-released marketplace, gives participants a taste of the sort of impressive visuals Epic’s new Unreal Engine 4 is capable of.

The pre-alpha, is free to play, as is the game itself whenever it officially launches, and was also recently filled with new characters and weapons. It’s editor was also recently updated . You can sign up to play right here.

Here’s a look at the new map, called Outpost 23, and some of its surroundings. Thanks, Zaccubus, for the gameplay video, also below.

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Epic wants to see your screenshots and recently posted a blog update explaining how to take impressive screen caps, like the one above, in Unreal Engine 4.

Tune in to twitch.tv/UnrealEngine tomorrow, March 4, at 9:30AM PST to watch Epic Founder Tim Sweeny’s DGC presentation, “State of Unreal”.

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