Although it’s not going to be available in Iran, military shooter Arma III will be out for everyone else on September 12th. The game, which offers military gameplay in a giant sandbox, has exited beta and is now ready for primetime.
Arma III will include the Altis (270 square km) and Strattis (20 square km) open terrains as well as a dozen single-player showcases (with the single player campaign coming across three post-launch DLC episodes), 3 faction showcases, and 9 multiplayer scenarios. In addition to 10 firing drill challenges, users can employ 20 different vehicles and 40 weapons and be part of 5 factions. There’s also scenario editing and support for modding.
The game will be available at retail and on Steam, with the Digital Deluxe Edition for Steam costing $59.99. Enjoy the trailer above--Arma III looks terrific, due in part to the Real Virtuality 4.0 Engine keeping the animations fluid and the sound realistic.