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

The subject of this article appeared in Unreal Tournament.


Map description[]

Inoxx's arenas are mostly urban-themed.

Arenas[]

  • Singularity: (4 players) This map is the exception, since it has a technical look and a complex layout with 3 rooms and 3 floors which could easily be half of a CTF map.
  • Megaplex: (4 players) Is a very vertically orientated, providing lots of Z-axis action due to its multiple floors.
  • Heavy Water: (4 players) Uses a bit of a unique setting, consisting of a series of walkways and platforms in what seems to be a large elevator shaft.
  • Station Control: (4 players) It's the smallest and most basic, consisting of 3 floors, the second being a W-shaped platform and the third being a singular walkway.
  • Block Party: (4 players) It's a spacious outdoorsy-area with only a few parts that are blocked off, a bit like UT2004's DM-Goliath on a smaller scale.
  • Morbias: (2 players)

Tips and tricks[]

Trivia[]

  • Almost all of the arenas (except Heavy Water) appear in the Sega Dreamcast version of UT as standalone Deathmatch maps.

Gallery[]


External links and references[]


See also[]

Rocket Arena: UT maps for Unreal Tournament
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