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Jefe's Loading Screens Volume 4

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UT2004 10th Anniversary pack - with WIDESCREEN support!



10 years ago I made my first set of loading screens, so it seemed fitting to do another for UT2004's 10th anniversary, featuring some of its best-looking and most memorable official maps.

This set features 16:9 widescreen loading screens along with standard 4:3 screens. As far as I know, this is the very first set designed for widescreen monitors. Also, it's the biggest set ever, with 40 wide and 40 standard loading screens.

I subtly changed the "2004" in the UT2004 logo on these - instead of a flat black, it now has a slightly larger font, and a gold border similar to the word "Unreal."

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Screenshots taken with Xfire (automatic saving as png) and all other work done with Adobe Photoshop.

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