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The demo for Unreal Tournament 3 has been available to Windows users for nearly a month, but it's still missing in action for Linux users. The release of Unreal Tournament 3 is planned for later this month and it's unknown when the Linux client will arrive. Ryan Gordon, the one responsible for porting UT3 to Linux, has a UT3 Linux mailing list but he has refrained from commenting on whether there will be a Linux client binary close to the November 19 launch date or when a demo may be available for download. Last month though we did share new UT3 Linux details. Once we hear any Unreal Tournament 3 news on the Linux front we will report it, but at this point there's no sign it will be ready for download on the November 19 launch or when the UT3 Linux demo may surface.