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Old 11-21-2007, 10:33 PM   #1
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Default AGEIA PhysX UT3 Mod Now Available

From our front-page news:
For all those out there who have an AGEIA PhysX card and Unreal Tournament III, you will be pleased to know that two downloadable levels are exclusive to you. I had an opportunity to test out these levels a few months ago at DigitalLife and had a blast, although it's hard to tell just how much fun these levels will be online. AGEIAs reasons for not allowing these levels to be used without PhysX cards is that the added physics makes the game more difficult (hence, more realistic), so those without the card would have an immediate advantage.

AGEIA also sends a note that Warmonger will be available on November 28 in full form. This is a game that was due out last month, but due to some rather blatant bugs that a few beta testers found, they had to hold off and patch those up before release. Whether or not this was really an attempt to avoid two other huge FPS releases, we are unsure. It's just good to know that PhysX card owners will soon be able to put their card to some good use. For those without one, there are a few e-tailers (NewEgg included) who are offering them for $99 after MIR. Not too shabby.


Source: AGEIA

To showcase the power of the PhysX UT3 Mod-Kit and the PhysX processor, AGEIA Technologies is rolling out a series of Extreme PhysX Mod Levels for UT3 available as a free download starting today. The first set of PhysX mods includes the "Tornado" and "Lighthouse" levels. The AGEIA Tornado PhysX Mod, which was first revealed at the Leipzig Games Conference earlier this year, features incredible physical realism and revolutionary new environmental impact powered by the PhysX processor.

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