FileFront Exclusive: First Ever PS3 Unreal Tournament 3 Map

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Posted on December 20, 2007, William FileFront Exclusive: First Ever PS3 Unreal Tournament 3 Map

ut3_logo.gifThe first user-created content for Unreal Tournament 3 has been released for the PS3 and we have the file exclusively ready for you to download now! The first user-created content is a map called “DM-Shrine” created by Thomas Browett aka Setheran. This amazing creator is a 23 year old graphic designer from Nottingham, England and has been an Unreal player since the beginning.

DM-Shrine is a small map designed for close-quarters combat for 2-6 players. Most UT3 maps tend to be designed for larger player counts, so this is an exciting addition to the game. We’re loving this map at Gaming Today and assume that any UT3 player will love it as well. We look forward to more exciting user-created content in the future.

DM-Shrine PS3 MapClick on the download badge above to get this new map! We’d like to thank Epic Games for sending the file our way and Thomas Browett for creating something we can all enjoy.

Here is how to install UT3 mods on your PlayStation 3.

1. Unzip the file to the root directory of any memory card that is readable by your PlayStation 3. It is already in the proper directory structure but, just in case, the path and filename need to be: ps3savedatalus30086-modimportuserdata.jam 2. Boot up Unreal Tournament 3 on your PS3 3. Go to the “Community” menu 4. Choose “My Content” 5. Press the [SQUARE] button to “Import Mod” 6. Follow the directions on the screen to import it from your memory card.

Once imported you’ll be able to see the map in your list of Deathmatch maps. You’ll be able to host the map and join servers that are hosting the map. All UT3 mods install this same way. If this were a mutator it would show up in the mutator list. If it were a gametype it would show up in gametype lists, etc.


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