Hello! You can call me Striker. I'm looking to see if there are any players of Unreal Tournament 2004 on FA these days... I've been wanting to get more players to regular my clan's server, since I'd hate to see an awesome game just die off.
Just so everyone knows, our server is Furry-Friendly, and, we have a bunch of Furry Skins for people to use, in our Server Content Packs. So, anyone is welcome pretty much (except for people who behave like asshats). Our server has the stock game, plus a bunch of new maps, and a few vote-able mods that you may enjoy, such as Ballistic Weapons. The server also shares text chat with our IRC Channel, and our TF2 Server... so you can communicate with, and meet new people who are outside of the game.
The Server Info (IP, Content Pack Downloads) can be found here: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/smr...83430401617131
If that doesn't work, read this:
Don't have UT2004? Seriously, give it a try, it is an awesome game.
The [SM] Unreal Tournament 2004 server has been resurrected, and is hopefully there to stay. I'm still in the process of initial setup, but the server can indeed be played on now. It has some pretty sweet mods, and a few serverside skins for players to use.
The IP Address is - 188.8.131.52:7777
To add it to your favorites in UT2004, just go to "Join Game", then "Favorites", then right-click on the empty space in the favorites list, Click "Add to Favorites".
Here are some Self-Extracting ZIPs with most of the maps and content the server uses. Tell them to extract to your "<program files>/Steam/SteamApps/Common/Unreal Tournament 2004" folder. Overwrite any old files if it asks.
NOTE: INSTALL THESE IN ORDER! THIS IS IMPORTANT!
Also, here is the Ballistic Weapons Mod, which the server uses: http://www.moddb.com/mods/ballistic-weapons/downloads/ballistic-weapons-v25-complete
The installation process is similar. Extract the file to your UT2004 folder, making sure it maintains the same folder structure.
You can get it on:
PS: Could some kind soul be able to mirror the content packs for me? It would help save bandwidth on my end, plus the gamefront file isn't permanent...