APCs and BattleEye arrive in latest ArmA 3 patch

ArmA 3

By on July 26, 2013 at 2:01 pm

If you’re a fan of not-getting-shot while trying to go places, you’ll enjoy the new BTR-K Kamysh and IFV-6c Panther armoured personnel carriers, which have just rolled into ArmA 3 in the latest patch.

The OPFOR’s BTR-K Kamysh has a CTWS turret with a 30mm cannon, coaxial machinegun, and two guided AT missiles. The NATO IFV-6c Panther has a RCWS HMG, a 40mm grenade machinegun, and smoke flares.

BattleEye is also included in the update, which should hopefully mean less hackers and cheaters for everybody. The full patch notes for this release are located here.

We’re running a bunch of servers for ArmA 3 right here on GON — get details about those here.

If you’d like to play ArmA 3, you can buy into it on Steam for $45.

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“If you’re a fan of not-getting-shot while trying to go places,”
I am a fan of getting shot while trying to drive to places.

 

Of course, the reality of Arma is that any APC usually ends up as a giant metal coffin. But yay more Arma 3!

 

I thought we weren’t going to get Battleeye with A3?

 

nekosan:
I thought we weren’t going to get Battleeye with A3?

when weren’t we?

 

nekosan:
I thought we weren’t going to get Battleeye with A3?

Does this mean it won’t require Steam?

 

lilwilly: when weren’t we?

Its too bad they went with it again, it hasn’t stopped hacking in their last 2 games I don’t see why it’ll be any different here since in the last 2 games the most effective measures have been custom anti-hacks implemented by private server admins.

 
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