Unreal Tournament is a game that means a lot to me and was a pivotal game in my personal history with shooters. We'll cover how I originally started play Unreal Tournament 2003 at late night office sessions, then moved on to Unreal Tournament 2004. There is now a modern Unreal Tournament that is free to play and is definitely worth trying out, I"ll share my feedback on the new Unreal Tournament. We'll also chat about New VS Old shooters, what has changed, why did the arena shooter drift away from popularity, and what is next for shooters? With games like Overwatch driving the momentum towards hero based FPS games, will the industry follow that trend or evolve into something greater? Thanks for watching!
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This video features footage from the original Unreal Tournament 2003 demo that I played when I was a teen, it was pretty surreal getting to go back in time and trying out such a classic FPS title. Unreal tournament may be one of the best FPS series of all time and I'm glad to see that there is a modern UT that PC players can now try and play for free. Let me know if any of you got to play classic PC shooters like Quake or Unreal back in the day, I"d love to hear your stories. Thanks!