Unreal Tournament has always been about the community sticking their noses in and creating the weird, the wonderful and the weirder. "We'll figure it out," proclaims Rein.
Epic Games will even officially release mods for the game if it comes to it but hopes for a way round Microsoft's strict user-generated content policy.
"We know some of these great mods are going to play a role on Xbox 360, even if we have to get some people and bring them over ourselves," declared Rein.
Sony isn't so shy about letting gamers use content created by the community, Microsoft on the other hand seems to be zealously cautious of any malicious code.
It's doubtful any major breakthrough on the mod front will arrive in time for the games release on the console, but Epic will likely announce their intentions not longer after. Releasing the mods through themselves is the "worst case scenario" and hold out hopes for a user-management system.