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Post by Dan @ 10:49am 30/05/14 | 3 Comments
Epic Games is already making good on its pledge for transparent development with its recently announced Unreal Tournament project, offering up a gameplay video of a very early prototype of the game's movement design.

Epic programmer Nick Donaldson explains in a forum post that he has been playing with basic jumping mechanics, ledge auto-climbing, dodging and wall dodging. The video posted is very raw stuff, indicating that the developer is going to be really letting us all see how the sausage is made and inviting as much community contribution as possible.

Unreal Tournament is being planned as a completely free game, intended as a vehicle to promote the studio's Unreal Engine 4 technology.




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Mosfx
Posted 11:16am 30/5/14
Already better then COD
Arpey
Posted 01:41pm 30/5/14
Still better than Quake 3.
breno
Posted 09:52am 02/6/14
I hope they put in some textures
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