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The subject of this article appeared in Unreal Tournament 2004.

ONS-Layn (whose full name is Layn) is a map appearing in Unreal Tournament 2004 .

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  • The map was a cut map very early during development. The only piece of evidence about its existence is a preview by Gamespy:
"The first Onslaught map we looked at was called "Layn," which Bleszinski used as a showroom for many of the game's new vehicles. The first was the Raptor, a single-passenger aircraft that I keep mentally confusing with Halo's Banshee (the two look different, but perform similar functions). Other vehicles in the level included the Manta, a one-man hovercraft; the Scorpion, a one-man buggy, and the Hellbender, a multi-person ground vehicle that Bleszinski jokingly referred to as "a Humvee on steroids and crack." We also took a look at the newly-purposed link gun, which can be used to "heal" vehicles and power nodes controlled by your team. Altogether, Bleszinski says there will be "at least 8 or 9 vehicles" in the full game."
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Cut content for Unreal Tournament 2004
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