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Europa II is a Quake 3 Arena map from Kaustic. Why the "II", you ask? Well, this is the second version of the map, which was first released in 2013 with the name Europa Station.
With Europa II, Kaustic has delivered a variety of improvements. The most obvious of these is the visual improvement. With a completely new set of textures being employed, the map looks nothing like its predecessor. The map is now very easy on the eyes, whereas the original was...uh...not.
Another notable change is the re-positioning of several pickups, which leads to more of the map seeing action. Movement on the whole is very smooth, with all areas being useful, and multiple methods of traversing between the levels.
"Let me see what it looks like!", you say? Well alrighty then, here you go: