505 Games announces additional content that will be present in the European
edition of ArmA: Armed Assault when Bohemia Interactive's military shooter is
released on the continent on February 16:
Milton Keynes, UK – February 8th
2007: Publisher 505 Games is today delighted to announce that the forthcoming
military combat simulator ArmA: Armed Assault will be supported during its
February launch period by additional content and features.
February 16th marks the launch of the world’s most accurate videogame combat
simulation in the UK and the rest of Europe(1). ArmA: Armed Assault has already
been dazzling UK reviewers pre-launch, for instance scoring a massive 84 per
cent and being awarded a Silver ‘Recommended’ medal of honour in the March issue
of Future Publishing’s PC Zone magazine.
ArmA: Armed Assault will feature additional content not present in the German
and Eastern European versions already on sale. This exclusive content includes a
raft of new weapons, two new aircraft and two motorbikes, as well as an
exclusive new open-ended mission. 505 Games is also pleased to announce that
SecuROM copy protection has been perfectly implemented and integrated into ArmA,
with zero slow down or adverse performance effects.
To further bolster the appeal and playability of this unique war simulation, the
game’s developer - Bohemia Interactive - will release a new game patch for the
German and Eastern European versions before the end of February. The patch
ensures an internationally unified playing environment for all users.
ArmA: Armed Assault releases on PC-DVD on February 16th, from publisher 505