Arma 3 Community Video Invites You To Wargaming Heaven

Arma 3 Community Video Invites You To Wargaming Heaven

ShackTactical's Dslyexci talks Arma 3 modding, maps, and more.

A series is often only as strong as its community, and in Arma 3's case its community has volunteered to spread the word, in a series of Community Guide videos. ShackTactical's Andrew Gluck - aka Dslyexci - aims to please, with his 'Authenticity, Diversity, Opportunity' short. He's been playing since 2001, and Arma 3, he confesses, is "my all-time favorite platform."

"As a dedicated community member since Operation Flashpoint," says Bohemia's Korneel van 't Land, "Andrew pools from countless hours of experience and is able to share his enthusiasm like no other." This video is intended as the first of a series of guides, which will introduce new gamers to Arma 3's goodness. It's a basic study; the later videos will probably go into more detail, but for those who haven't played Arma before, this initial Community Guide should be very useful.

"It's entirely in your hands as to what the experience becomes," says Gluck, later adding "Arma 3 is a no-compromise PC game at heart." If that's what you love, maybe you should show Bohemia some love; but bear in mind, the game is still in alpha at the moment. It can be bought via Bohemia or Steam, and purchase will give you access to the beta and the finished product, when it becomes available.

Source: Bohemia Interactive

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Fun video, I think next week I might pick it up, Bohemia makes some great games, and with players making more missions and the like, already great games only get better.

Now that's what I call a modern military shooter.

What features separate it from the previous games, I remember in some tech demos years ago they had shown destructible scenery.
Is there any way to get it without Steam like their previous games had?

FreedomofInformation:
What features separate it from the previous games, I remember in some tech demos years ago they had shown destructible scenery.
Is there any way to get it without Steam like their previous games had?

Maaaaaybe? "It can be bought via Bohemia or Steam"

The version from their stores is Steam only too, unlike their other games.

Not gonna lie, this guy comes off as extremely pretentious.

Looks interesting though so I'll keep an eye on it.

 

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