The Devil of Details
I decided to upload screenshots of a concept map I did in the past for a possible Deathmatch gametype in ET: Legacy. As there is no such mode in the game at the moment, the map has not been released yet.
The map is set on an isolated island and features an abandoned church and other occult structures as visible in the screenshots below.
There are 4 main teleporters that randomly shuffle among themselves when the player enters one of them. 3 are located on the the outside and one is located in the crypt beneath the church.
Besides that there are a number of smaller teleporters also randomly spawning the player somewhere else.
I realize that the lighting is off and needs work, but as long as there are no plans to implement a deathmatch gametype into ET: Legacy, I will not continue working on it. This map has also served as a test area for bump mapping in Enemy Territory which occasionally is visible on the stone walls.
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