Working with INI Files
A few of our tutorials require you to alter an Unreal Tournament 3 INI file in order to see the result in-game. When this happens, we tell you exactly which files to alter and how to do it.
These INI files can be found within your local Documents folder. If you’ve performed the default Unreal Tournament 3 installation on a Windows system, that’ll be here:
- Documents\My Games\Unreal Tournament 3\UTGame\Config\
Unlike, say, Registry entries, INI file changes are dead simple to remove. Just delete your altered INI file. Next time you launch Unreal Tournament 3 or the Unreal Editor, it’ll create a new, replacement INI file using the default settings.
By the way, when you create a full modification for Unreal Tournament 3, players can include INI files that pertain only to their mod, so other gamers can view their creations.