Bohemia Interactive has released Arma III Karts as the first paid DLC for Arma III, their military shooter sequel, a pack that originated as an April Fool's joke which they now offer as "a little sidestep in a typically military sandbox." They say a portion of the proceeds from the DLC will be donated to the Czech Red Cross. They also explain this allows paves the way for "the first proper military DLC" for the game as they work out a system that prevents DLC releases from fracturing the multiplayer community by allowing players to play together in spite of level of DLC ownership. This involves the delicate balance of allowing players access to premium content they haven't purchased while maintaining some benefit to those who own the DLC, which will involve some form of nag screens they say will not be advertisements. They offer specific examples of how things will work, and here's a summary:
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