Get your ArmA 3 Alpha Lite keys, just in time for the weekend (All gone)

ArmA 3

By on March 22, 2013 at 2:31 pm

UPDATE: All the ArmA III Alpha Lite keys are now gone — that’s all we have for now I’m afraid, but check back soon!

Are you interested in trying out ArmA 3? It does sound like a lot of fun, doesn’t it. Maybe you even just want to see if your rig can handle it? Well, you’re in luck! Thanks to Bohemia we’ve got a bunch of keys to give away today, following on from our giveaway earlier this week.

To grab a key, all you have to do is head on over to this forum thread and post a reply, saying “I want to play ArmA III all weekend!” and — as if by magic — one will be PM’d to you (by me).

The ArmA 3 Alpha Lite is identical to the regular alpha, except that you’re limited to single-player only and there is no mod support. It’s running now, and will be active until June 18.

If you miss out on a key, you can always head over to our ArmA 3 Alpha Lite key trading thread and see if our fine community members will oblige?

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