I'm just a person that plays FPS. I'm just playing for fun, but it's pretty awesome when people want to know more about it."
For Sivar, who's from India, what makes Unreal Tournament even more appealing to players is its use of two-person gameplay. "I find it a lot more exciting because it's a single-player game," he told Kotaku in an email. "It feels more intimate."
To push Unreal Tournament's multiplayer systems even further, Firaxis is now giving it features like support for Oculus Rift and Batman: Arkham VR, but has yet to divulge any details about any of the new game modes. "There's always new things on the horizon," Hall said.