Epic Games has just rolled out a brand new batch of artwork from its upcoming Unreal Tournament reboot, which is set to debut in the future as a free-to-play experience on PC, showing off a concept for the Shock Rifle, but also possible character models and some locations that might be available as online maps.
Unreal Tournament holds a special place in the hearts and minds of many first-person shooter fans, as Epic Games delivered some stunning experiences back in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Unfortunately, besides the somewhat decent Unreal Tournament 3, the series has been dormant for quite some time.
As such, Epic has confirmed a few months ago that it's rebooting the series with a new project simply titled Unreal Tournament that will be developed by a small internal team and with the help of other game makers who've licensed the Unreal Engine 4 technology.
After seeing a brief bit of early gameplay footage, Epic has also posted on its website a set of artwork images showing many different things from the new game.
Above you can see how the redesigned Shock Rifle might appear in the game, but below you can see concept artwork for character models and some of the possible locations in the new multiplayer experience.
As of yet, however, no other details are known about the game's release.