ArmA 3′s final campaign installment to release next week

ArmA 3

By on March 13, 2014 at 3:34 pm

The final episode of ArmA 3‘s single-player campaign, titled “Win”, will release on March 20 next week. “Win” concludes the story of Ben Kerry, as well as introducing three new vehicles — the A-164 Wipeout single-seat aircraft, the To-199 Neophron and the 6×6 mine-resistant standard transport truck “Tempest”.

This final episode will also include a new “Fixed-Wing” showcase mission, designed to introduce players to the new aircraft. Altis has also bee updated with new points of interest, including an athletics stadium and a ghost hotel compound. Spooky!

Just like with the previous two episodes, this final one will be completely free to all ArmA 3 owners on Steam.

Source: Bohemia

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Pretty cool that they’re adding things to the map.

Quite unexpected.

 

I’d be all over this if it wasn’t Steam exclusive. Unfortunately, I’m in a dying minority.

 

jme:
I’d be all over this if it wasn’t Steam exclusive. Unfortunately, I’m in a dying minority.

I am in the same mindset but I will put up with Steam for Arma.

 

jme:
I’d be all over this if it wasn’t Steam exclusive. Unfortunately, I’m in a dying minority.

How exactly is it 2014 and you still refuse to use Steam for anything? Can you just not afford games?

I’ve never met anyone who was over 16, employed and particularly cared about that kind of thing.

 

jme:
I’d be all over this if it wasn’t Steam exclusive. Unfortunately, I’m in a dying minority.

There is a difference between knowing that steam sucks and being an entitled brat. And the steam parts that suck are all to do with the community type features and not the click -> buy -> play which works just fine.
I assume you don’t even use windows? Because if you can put up with windows which but can’t with steam? Oh wait, you probably got used to windows because you had to ;)

 

nekosan: How exactly is it 2014 and you still refuse to use Steam for anything? Can you just not afford games?

Because unlike the majority I realise that PC gaming != Steam. Steam got its foothold in the market by releasing as a mandatory install piggybacked with CS 1.6. You may be conned into thinking that you like using Steam now, but if it wasn’t a mandatory install for various titles since then, it wouldn’t be nearly as ubiquitous.

 
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