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This page lists every official multigame release of the Unreal series.
Unreal Gold Edit
- Publisher: Atari Games
- Platforms: PC (1 CD)
- Release dates: January 21st, 2000 (PC)
The game was patched to version 226, and contained the Unreal Tournament UWindows interface. The version 226 patch was not available to original Unreal owners until shortly after Unreal Gold was released. Although the Direct3D support was much improved with this patch, the network code was poor compared to the 224v patch.
Totally Unreal Edit
- Publisher: Infogrames/Atari Games
- Platforms: PC (4 CDs)
- Release dates: August 9, 2001 (PC)
There was later a re-release called Totally Unreal: Atari Heroes Edition. The only changes were to the cover art (replacing the gold bars on the top and bottom of the cover with the green Atari Heroes border), and that the compilation included a demo disc of other Atari Heroes games.
Unreal Anthology Edit
- Publisher: Midway Games
- Platforms: PC (1 DVD + 1 CD)
- Release dates: October 31, 2006 (PC)
All games included were at the latest patch status, and UT2004 also included the Editor's Choice Edition content. The Unreal Music CD, featuring 23 tracks from Unreal to UT 2004. This compilation's version of Unreal Tournament omitted the additional CD of S3TC high resolution textures that were present in the original release. This compilation's version of Unreal is not compatible with existing servers running version 225 of Unreal, unless patched. A community generated patch is available that replaces the problematic Unreal Anthology files with versions from Unreal Gold.
Unreal Deal Pack Edit
- Publisher: Valve Corporation
- Unreal Gold
- Unreal Tournament (Game of the Year edition)
- Unreal II: The Awakening
- Unreal Tournament 2004: Editor's Choice Edition
- Unreal Tournament 3: Black Edition
- Platforms: PC (Steam)
- Release dates: March 17, 2008 (PC)
- The fourth disc in the original US release of Totally Unreal had a typo in the ISO9660 title, naming it TU Bonus Disc.
- The Unreal Anthology package had a PEGI rating of 16+ and an ESRB rating of Mature.