"The ITV Oblivion is one of Liandri's armored transport ships. It transports new contestants via hyperspace jump from the Initiation Chambers to their first events on Earth. Little do most fighters know, however, that the ship itself is a battle arena."
- Map description

DM-Oblivion (whose full name is Oblivion) is a map appearing in Unreal Tournament.

This is your first map from where you must outfrag your opponent to make your way to the top of the ladder. With only one bot to face against, this map can quickly be completed, if you are good at tracking down your opponent.

Map description Edit

The map takes place inside of a transport ship. The Cargo Bay holds several boxes and the Flak Cannon, while the East Wing and West Wing hold respectively the Rocket Launcher and its respective ammo; these areas are connected to almost every part of the map except the Passenger area, including themselves by way of a passage cutting them in the middle. Overlooking both wings there's the Passenger area. Finally, there's the Cockpit, the area holding the Shock Rifle.

Overall it's a pretty simple map.

Weapons & Pickups Edit

Weapons Edit

Weapon Count Location
Shock Rifle
W: 1
A: 2
Weapon: Cockpit area.
Ammo: Near the weapon.
Flak Cannon
W: 1
A: 2
Weapon: Middle crate in the Cargo Bay.
Ammo: Among the crates.
Rocket Launcher
W: 1
A: 2
Weapon: West wing of the ship.
Ammo: East wing of the ship.

Pickups Edit

Pickup Count Location
Health Pack
2x at the end of both passages to the Cockpit area.
2x at the Cargo Bay, at the left and right of the entry to the Passenger Area.
2x in the Passenger Area.

Tips & tricks Edit

  • The Shock Rifle's combo is a great tool to use in the hallways.
  • You're given shock, rockets and flak in this map, but in such small corridors and tight corners you can actually end up doing more damage to yourself than your opponent if you use the splash damage weapons.[1]
  • If playing with "Weapon stay" off (i.e. Deathmatch ladder) run around the map picking up the health packs whenever you're injured and try to grab the weapons and ammo as soon as they spawn to prevent your enemy from getting any of them.[1]
  • The Flak Cannon is probably the best weapon for this level, as it does not involve too much up and down.[2]

Trivia Edit

External links and references Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Unreal Tournament Guide / Walkthrough by Useless
  2. Unreal Tournament Walkthrough by Apathetic Aardvark and farmerBob

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