I don't mean that this video is "terrifying" in the oh no, it's almost Halloween and things are so scary right now
sense. What I mean is, Arma 3
is scary huge, scary detailed, and scary realistic. There's tracer fire, one-shot one-kills, and a frightening level of air superiority. Much in the same way that the movie Requiem For A Dream makes me never want to do drugs, Arma 3
makes me never want to join the Army. Besides, the recruiters would see that I was already in the Navy and that I'm too delicate for being in an actual combat-arms situation.
The SITREP II video below ("SITREP" is a conjugation of "situation report") attempts to explain the basics of Arma 3
. The narrator, Andrew "Dslyecxi" Gluck, reflects on the game's release, explores the launch package, and looks at the future of Arma 3
as a platform.
Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday 24th October 2013
In continuation of the official Community Guide series, Bohemia Interactive today published a new video SITREP (II) for the recently released tactical military shooter, Arma 3. Thanking all those who participated in the Arma 3 Alpha and Beta, Andrew Gluck (better known as Dslyecxi) from ShackTactical reflects on the game’s release, explores the launch package, and looks at the future of Arma 3 as a platform for official and user-made content..
In similar fashion to the first video SITREP, this new Community Guide recaps development and celebrates the splendid release milestone. While scanning the horizon, Dslyecxi also discusses Bohemia Interactive’s dedication to supporting the game with new updates and content – including the singleplayer campaign, of whi ch the first episode will be deployed on October 31. Player-created scenarios, mods and add-ons are another point of focus, one which the studio hopes to push to a next level with additional tools, documentation, and the further integration of the Steam Workshop.
In co-operation with Andrew Gluck from ShackTactical, Bohemia Interactive is creating a series of videos to explain some of the basics of Arma 3. Previous Community Guides already explored infantry combat, multiplayer teamwork, helicopters, sniper and launcher teams, and combined arms warfare. The upcoming season of video guides will focus on a specific range of Arma 3-related topics.
Arma 3 is now available for purchase on Steam and Store.bistudio.com for 44.99 EUR/39.99 GBP/59.99 USD. There is also a Digital Deluxe Edition available (49.99 EUR/42.99 GBP/64.99 USD). A boxed version of Arma 3 is sold at many of the major retailers.