Browsing tag: ArmA

Arma 3 Expansion “Contact” Announced – Story Campaign, Weapons, Collector’s Edition, and More! News 3

News 3 The latest Arma 3 expansion pack has been announced by the developers at Bohemia Interactive. The First Contact expansion is scheduled for release on July 25, 2019 and will focus on a sci-fi campaign with extraterrestrial intelligence. This expansion will bring a new sandbox terrain, factions, weapons, vehicles, gear, and more. The Arma 3 expansion […]

Arma 3 Latest DLC Adds 3 Tac-Ops Missions News 2

News 2 Bohemia Interactive’s latest Arma 3 DLC is all about tactical operations, and for a cool $5.99, you can experience missions that challenge your patience, wit, and weapon handling. You can read the details of the DLC below. What’s interesting about this mission pack is how Bohemia includes After Action Reports and the ability to play […]

GameSpy Shutting Down Hosting Services End of May News 22

News 22 GameSpy, an online matchmaking client hosting a number of online multiplayer games, will be shutting down as of May 31, owners Glu Mobile recently announced. “Effective May 31, 2014, GameSpy will cease providing all hosted services for all games still using GameSpy,” the company said in a statement. “If you have any questions about how this impacts […]

Bohemia Interactive Launches “Make Arma Not War” $680,000 Modding Competition News 8

News 8 Today, Arma 3 developer Bohemia Interactive launches a campaign to celebrate the modding community by introducing a year-long Arma 3 modding competition called “Make Arma Not War”. Up for grabs is a prize-pool of half a million Euros, or $680,000 USD, which will be awarded to the winning modders among four different categories in 2015. Check […]

DayZ Standalone To Adopt a Client-Server Architecture in a “Plan to Change the Face of DayZ” News 9

News 9 According to creator Dean Hall, the DayZ standalone will run on a client-server architecture, much like the way an MMO is run, rather than the current ArmA2 architecture. As he puts it on his blog, “the application will move into a traditional client-server relationship which the server makes most of the decisions. This is the […]