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Unreal Tournament new logo, level design changes revealed

Last Wednesday, Chris Perna, the art director for Epic Games upcoming first-person shooter, Unreal Tournament, revealed the new logo for the game during the Unreal Tournament Twitch livestream.

Unreal Tournament New logo

Alongside the unveiling of the shooter’s new logo, Unreal Tournament‘s senior designer, Nick Donaldson, showcased a number of significant changes that were made to the “NickTest1” level.

See the new logo for Unreal Tournament and read more details after the break.


 

Unreal Tournament New Logo, Level Design Changes

Unreal Tournament New Logo

The new Unreal Tournament logo seen above was designed by a veteran community member by the name of Henrik Ryosa, who apparently spent quite a bit of time designing it.

 

Chris Perna, the aforementioned art director, stated the following in regards to the game’s new logo, “We looked at a ton of logos, and there were some really amazing designs.” Ultimately, it seems that Ryosa’s creation stood above the rest.


In addition to the unveiling of the new logo during the Twitch livestream, Nick Donaldson, the game’s senior designer took viewers on a detailed walkthrough of the recent changes made to the “Nicktest1” level. Many changes were made due to suggestions from the Unreal Tournament community.

You can view the full video below:

As seen in the video above, Epic Games’ project leader, Steve Polge, details what the game’s programmers have been working on over the course of development.


 

For those unfamiliar with Epic Games’ first-person shooter, Unreal Tournament is an upcoming first-person shooter video game. It is part of the Unreal series of games, and a sequel to 2007’s Unreal Tournament 3. The game utilizes Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 for development. The game will be released for free on Windows, OS X, and Linux.

Unreal Tournament is notable in that the development is being crowdsourced, and is open to contribution from anyone.


 

What are your thoughts on the new Unreal Tournament logo? Does it tickle your fancy? Why or why not? Also, are you a big fan of the series? Looking forward to the full release of the game?

Let us know in the comments section below! As always, stay tuned to GamerHeadlines.com for the latest in video game and technology news.


 

Source: Unreal Tournament‘s official website and blog


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