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UT3 Dedicated Server 1.2

February 27th, 2008 by ThOR27

Version 1.2 of the Unreal Tournament 3 dedicated server has been released for Linux by Ryan “icculus” Gordon:

The GNU/Linux server for Unreal Tournament 3, version 1.2, is now available.

PLEASE NOTE:

This is NOT a complete package, only a patch. You do not need a retail copy of UT3 to host games, but you will need the full server installation and a GameSpy login, as discussed here.

There’s still no news on the client; at last report, it was being held up by the replacement of middleware. UT3 is a single player and multiplayer first-person shooter developed by Epic Games. Thanks to ThOR27 for the news.

Download: [ icculus.org ]

3 Responses to “UT3 Dedicated Server 1.2”

  1. Trizt Says:

    IMHO Linux users shouldn’t run dedicated servers until there is a Linux native client for a game.

  2. salsadoom Says:

    Thats a harsh position to take. Which just happen to agree with. :) All these companies are anti-linux, right up to the point where they decide they actually want servers for their games. I don’t think this whole deal is Epic’s fault exactly — they did get Ryan Gordon to port the game already, after all. I wish Epic was a bit more forthcoming as to just who exactly is responsible for this delay though — so we could tear them to pieces. :)

  3. vadi Says:

    Same point taken here.

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