Epic Bonus Pack Released!

Thanks crookram for this one.. In a continuing effort to give back to the fans that have made Unreal Tournament 2003 one of the most popular multiplayer action games of the year, Epic Games and Atari have released the second official - and completely FREE - bonus pack for the game. The downloadable pack, which includes three new game types, 10 new maps, two new adrenaline combos, new announcer voice options and an in-game music manager, was created by Epic Games

Features within the new bonus pack include:

NEW GAMETYPES:
  • Mutant: The player who makes the first frag becomes the mutant and is immediately equipped with all weapons, extra ammo, invisibility, agility and berserk. However, the mutant's health slowly decreases and can only be replenished by fragging other players. Once there is a "mutant," all other players are charged with hunting him down. Points are scored only by the mutant when they frag other players. As an optional twist, the player with the lowest score becomes the BottomFeeder -- he can frag other players who are not the mutant and receive points. As soon as his score isn't the lowest, a new player becomes the BottomFeeder.

  • Last Man Standing: This is similar to the Last Man Standing mode in the original Unreal Tournament. Players regenerate health when they frag an opponent. If a player stands in one place for too long, they will be revealed to other players as a camper and their location will appear on all opponent's displays.

  • Invasion: In this game type, players band together to defend against waves of incoming monsters -- including many of the monsters from the original

    Unreal. Players cannot respawn if they die during a wave, but as long as one

    player makes it to the end of a wave alive, everyone respawns for the next wave.

Download: UT 2003 Epic Bonus Pack (149mb)

Screenshot: >> Click here and here <<

News source: unrealtournament2003.com

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