The promised version 1.05 patch for ARMA II is now available, updating Bohemia Interactive's military shooter sequel with changes, bug fixes, a new gameplay mode, and the Eagle Wing free DLC. There are full details on the patch in this announcement and thoughts on the topic from Marek Španěl in this developer's blog discussing improved AI, new anti-cheating measures, the removal of DRM, and more. Word is the patch can be applied to the Steam edition of the game, as well as any previous version of the retail edition. The patch can be found on the ARMA II website and it is mirrored on ActionTrip, AtomicGamer, FanGaming, FileFront, Gamer's Hell, The Patches Scrolls, and WorthPlaying. There is also an updated Linux standalone server on the ARMA II Website, which is mirrored on AtomicGamer and WorthPlaying.
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