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Welcome to [un]RealMassDestruction

            Our dedicated Unreal Tournament 2004 Onslaught server was started in June 2007. [un]RealMassDestruction continues to offer a wide variety of modified maps, featuring many Xtreme weapons of evil and other surprises to challenge those who have become bored with the same old UT2004 gameplay. We do love having new players join us here at [un]RealMassDestruction, but this is by far not a noob server. We play hard and fast with guns that do serious damage.

            On the right side of the screen are the current details for the Onslaught server. Feel free to be our guest, join us in a game and frag away all you like. Please remember to respect your opponents and follow the rules.

            If you would like to join the forum, you will find a link in the main menu on the left side of your screen.
25 November 2015
And The Battle Continues

7° takes back the top scorer spot. It has been fun watching 7° and Daisy battle it out over the last 4 months.

steviezah has kept in close contact, but has not closed the gap on 7° and Daisy. steviezah holds the top spot for matches played with 10844.

[un]RealMassDestruction has always been blessed with dedicated players. Thanks to you all for playing here. You are what makes UT2004 so much fun to play.
13 August 2015
Daisy Takes Top Score Away

            Today Daisy takes the top scorer spot away from 7°. Daisy answered the call and put up some big numbers to pass 7° for the top spot.

The three way battle we have been looking for is here.

Who is going to remain on top?

Make sure you show some RMD love to Daisy, 7° and steviezah with a frag from your weapon of choice.
16 July 2015
7° Takes Top Score

            Today 7° takes the top scorer spot away from steviezah. 7° finally passed steviezah after playing 6,937 matches and 2,262 hours of play.

Congratulations to 7° for taking over the top scorer spot on [un]RealMassDestruction Onslaught server.

Several questions come to mind.

Will steviezah gear up and take back what has been his spot for years?

Will Daisy make a run for the top?

Will W@cko23 catch up and make it a four way battle for the top spot?

Or will 7° just pull away and distance himself from the others?

Only time will tell
2 March 2015
Unreal Engine 4 is Now Free

Unreal Engine 4 is now available to everyone for free, and all future updates will be free!

You can download the engine and use it for everything from game development, education, architecture, and visualization to VR, film and animation. When you ship a game or application, you pay a 5% royalty on gross revenue after the first $3,000 per product, per quarter. It's a simple arrangement in which we succeed only when you succeed.

This is the complete technology we use at Epic when building our own games. It scales from indie projects to high-end blockbusters; it supports all the major platforms; and it includes 100% of the C++ source code. Our goal is to give you absolutely everything, so that you can do anything and be in control of your schedule and your destiny. Whatever you require to build and ship your game, you can find it in UE4, source it in the Marketplace, or build it yourself and then share it with others.

Develop in the Unreal Ecosystem

Beyond the tools and source, Unreal Engine 4 provides an entire ecosystem. Chat in the forums, add to the wiki, participate in the AnswerHub Q&A and join collaborative development projects via GitHub. Buy content in the Marketplace, or build your own and sell it there. To help you get started, the engine includes a large number of video tutorials and documentation, as well as ready-made game templates, samples, and content.

Unreal Set Free

In early 2014, we took the step of making Unreal Engine 4 available to everyone by subscription for $19 per month. We put all of our source code online, available to all who signed up. We flipped the switch and crossed our fingers. The past year has been a whirlwind for everyone at Epic Games. Our community has grown tremendously. The quality and variety of creative work being done has been breathtaking. When we asked people to submit their projects to be shown this year at GDC, we had the challenge of picking just 8 from over 100 finalists that were all good enough to show. The state of Unreal is strong, and we've realized that as we take away barriers, more people are able to fulfill their creative visions and shape the future of the medium we love. That's why we're taking away the last barrier to entry, and going free.

Made Possible By The Community

For those of you who have been with us for the last year, thank you! With your input and participation, we’ve worked insanely hard to make the engine better, more useable and more powerful, releasing 7 major updates and more than a dozen minor updates. In going free, we'll be issuing a pro-rated refund to current subscribers for their most recent month's payment. And, everyone who has ever paid for a UE4 subscription will receive a $30 credit that can be spent in the Unreal Engine Marketplace.

Blue Skies Ahead

This news comes during an unprecedented time in our industry, amidst revolutions in virtual reality and augmented reality, and in the presence of the largest community of indie developers that has ever existed, all facing a crowded market and seeking the opportunity to stand out from the crowd. Yet in Epic's 25 years as an independent company, we have seen no time of greater opportunity for developers than today. Whatever your development aspirations, Epic stands with you, both as a technology provider, and as a fellow game developer counting on UE4 to power our own games.

UE4 is Free

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