Regional Gaming Championship team game changed
Windows Gaming Championship to swap to Unreal Tournament 3 due to popular demand
The team game for this year’s Windows Gaming Championship has been changed to Unreal Tournament 3 due to popular user demand.
The Windows Middle East team behind the popular region-wide contest originally decided upon Team Fortress II for the event’s team competition. However subsequent feedback from gamers and readers of the magazine suggested that the fast-paced monster-blasting of Unreal would be even better for testing the mettle of the region’s button blasters.
“As Windows magazine is, and always has been, dedicated to meeting its readers’ needs, we decided to amend our decision and go with Unreal Tournament. Our team members are all avid players of this FPS, so to be honest the call wasn’t a tricky one to make,” commented Windows editor Matt Wade.
WGC’s individual player contest will remain however a stern racing test, in the form of TOCA’s ultra-realistic Race Car Driver 3 title.
Interested gamers should look out for date and venue information coming soon at www.itp.net/wgc .
To find out more about Unreal Tournament 3, check out Windows’ review here.