End of June is the dateline where it should be in stores. Let us hope that this is true. They are also trying to publish the demo in about one month.They are working hard on a good cheatprotection. Dr. Sin, know as maker of CSHP is also in their team. Jay Wilbert mentioned that they are really try to avoid cheating, but as long as the code has open spots for mod makers it will be open for cheats.The graphic was awesome, really nice to look at. Tweaking worked like in UT, so turning off most of the details should be no problem. Most settings also allowed 'Ultra-Low' for the fps-freaks and slow PC's.
It was runnin on 1,7-1,9 Pentium with GF3ti200 or some GF4 card. The PC i was playing at had 1,8 and a GF3.
Capable of about 30-60 fps at 1024x768 and full details. With lot of action in a huge area, it broke down to about 20.New to UT2003 is the 'double-jump'. It's performed when you hit the jump button a second time after you jumped. The result is a way higher and farer jump.
But when combining these 2 moves you will experience something like flying. Dodge, jump directly and perform the doublejump, the result will be a very fast move witch can be performed direct to a certain point if trained a bit.
Some other special moves may be build in, they are still playing with that.