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If you're looking for other versions of the arenas, you might want to check Recurring maps#RA-Akuma.

The subject of this article appeared in Unreal Tournament.

Map description[]

Most of Akuma's Multi Arenas are small and symmetrical arenas that feature 2 floors with an atrium in the middle (similar to DM-Morbias).


  • Underlord: (4 players) Variation of Babylon in the form of a platform in a large cave. (Though sharing the symmetrical, 2-floor layout)
  • Sector 9: (2 players) It has seemingly little in common with the rest. It's set in a storage room with a number of small rooms placed around it, 2 of which contain stairs to the 2nd floor which consists of 2 walkways and the crates in the storage room.
  • Neo-Tokyo: (2 players) Morbias-like, but with the addition of slopes in the atrium connecting the 2 floors.
  • Babylon: (2 players) Similar to Neo-Tokyo, but removes the 4 lifts.
  • Cold-Steel Pressure: (2 players) A more complex form of the overall concept, boasting 3 floors and multiple jump-pads, lifts and atria.
  • Codex: (4 players) Is the Clan Arena.

Tips and tricks[]


  • All of the arenas in this map can be found in the Sega Dreamcast version of UT as standalone Deathmatch maps.


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See also[]

Rocket Arena: UT maps for Unreal Tournament