ArmA II Is Just Giving Itself Away. For Free. Sort Of.

ArmA II, one of the best war games money can buy, is now giving away half of itself for free. Charity!

Develoeprs Bohemia Interactive announced yesterday that the ultra-realistic shooter and sim will have its multiplayer component released for free later this month. You can even build and play custom singleplayer missions.

The game's campaign mode and mod support (along with better-quality textures) will be withheld from this version, however, and only available if you want to pay for the full game.

So think of this as one of the world's biggest demos and you'll be fine.


Comments

    This is kind of silly if you think about it, because this completely removes any incentive for people who pirate to buy the full game. I know I've pirated games that I thought were so-so and then coughed up on Steam simply because I really wanted to play the multiplayer.

    http://www.arma2.com/
    http://www.bistudio.com/

    they're called a hyperlinks. they were standardised in the mid 90's. they come in handy when, y'know, referencing things with an internet presence.

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