Arma 3 developers announced DLC with a new map and aliens

Studio Bohemia Interactive announced the imminent release of a new paid add-on for its combat simulator

action of Arma 3. For the first time in the series, the developers decided to go into outright science fiction.

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Following the development of Arma, and especially the thirdpart, you can see a trend of shifting the genre of the game from a simulator to a sandbox for role-playing projects. The strength of Bohemia lies in its editor, community and modders. The developers understand this very well and are increasingly releasing DLC, which at the same time appeases both role-players and old fans of the series. The Contact add-on perfectly illustrates this attempt to sit on two chairs at once. In the DLC, we will be thrown into part of the Polish-speaking country of Livonia; the new map will use some of the developments of another project of the company - Dayz Standalone. The scale is 163 square kilometers - about a third of the scale of Chernarus from Arma 2. Here we will have to come into contact with a mysterious alien civilization and, of course, shoot everyone who wants to do this before us.

Bohemia also announced two new factions withwith their sets of equipment and armored vehicles: Livonian Armed Forces and Russian special forces. They will not forget to supplement the old ones by adding chemical protection suits, drones and specific devices, such as a spectrum analyzer.

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You can pre-order Contact on Steam for 539 hryvnia; the game requires the original Arma 3.