Latest ArmA 3 community guide focuses on snipers and anti-vehicle teams

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By on August 31, 2013 at 11:30 am

The latest episode on Bohemia Interactive’s Arma 3 community guide video series comes courtesy of Andrew Gluck (better known as Dslyexci) from ShackTactical, and is all about specialist infantry units, specifically sniper and anti-tank/anti-aircraft teams.

This is the first time the series has gone into nitty-gritties with infantry play, and although the previous episodes on general tactics are pretty good, this one has quite a lot of important info to share. Plus, it’s the first made since the game went from alpha to beta,

ArmA III releases on September 12, without a single-player campaign but with some additional content not available in beta, which it seems everyone and their dog is in already.

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charliebrownau

Retail hopefully (Touch wood) should be really good , but currently the game lacks a decent control ui system. I really wish I would just implement a standard style approach to shooters, eg press E to open a door , press E to hop into a tank/plane/etc not stuff around or minutes trying to find that exact right spot your allowed to.

 

So I take it you often enter your car through the trunk because it’s so hard to remember where the correct spot to enter is?

 
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