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Arma II: Dev Diary #2 Available Today

July 16, 2009


Get More From ARMA II’s Mission Editor

505 Games and Bohemia Interactive have today the released the second video dev diary for ARMA II. Part two focuses on the game’s mission editor and is available to download from now.

The eagerly anticipated sandbox PC military shooter smash hit of 2009, ARMA II, is now available across Australia and New Zealand for all who want to visit the post-soviet republic of Chernarus and experience the many fantastic features of this monumental war simulator.

As part of the continuous commitment to ARMA II’s dedicated fan community, Bohemia Interactive have created a series of dev diaries focusing on some of the main features of the game. In this second installment Jan Prak Bohemia’s PR manager talks about the powerful mission editor, again using comprehensive video footage captured in game.

“ARMA II includes a very easy to use editor, yet it's one of the most sophisticated mission editors available in a PC title. It allows players to create their own missions, or even whole campaigns in just a few minutes.” introduces Jan Prak. “The work with it is very easy and quick. In the ARMA II mission editor, players can use every one of hundreds of game’s objects and models such as weapons, vehicles, aircraft or characters and place them anywhere in the ARMA II game world which has a size of 225km2. The main goal of this dev. diary is to introduce the basic workings of the editor to casual players and allow them to enjoy the infinite possibilities and unlimited game play of this, the most sophisticated military simulator on the market.”

ARMA II offers the ultimate realistic combat simulation experience in a modern day setting. With unprecedented freedom of movement, actions and tactics, the game allows players to immerse themselves in battle as never seen before.

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