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Arma3 news:

FROM: BattlEye TO: Arma 3 Users UNIT: Main Branch ACTIVITY: Anti-Cheat Update SIZE: ~8.1 MB
Hello troops! After more than 7 years of continued support, we are calling in a strategic strike by our community! The Steam Award Selection Committee is asking players to submit their nominations for the Steam Awards. We would like to ask you - our incredible community - to nominate Arma 3 for the "Labor of Love" award! {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/2f9a9d29f9b64824a74ba28fe5ce544fafe1d646.png
FROM: High Command TO: Arma 3 Users INFO: Art of War DLC / Creator DLC Updates, Live Ops Status PRECEDENCE: Flash {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/8526ed112ba70b5070141c3f1f3b79832d6ad967.png SITUATION We are rapidly reaching the end of a mad year, and so we feel this is a good time to inspect the current state of Arma 3 development. Offering a distraction from the frequently grim reality around us, gaming has certainly seen a massive boost this year. Arma 3 is no exception. We are constantly humbled to see how many of you continue to play, and to welcome the hundreds of thousands of new recruits. The game is meanwhile in a Live Ops mode, rather than active development. Even so, this year saw two primary platform updates with 1.98 Old Man and more recently 2.00, on which we'll reflect a bit in this report. And we'll be looking ahead, providing updates on what's still to come: Art of War charity DLC, Creator DLC, and more platform support. We suspect to be seeing plenty of comments asking about the future of the Arma series, but we hope there are still many of you interested to learn about Arma 3's extended tour of duty. Thank you for the splendid support and stay safe out there! o7 Full SITREP
{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/5c67b6a1b41e06f4922ba288a5a73520a3867675.png We've reached the big TWO ZERO in 2020 for this Community Radar. And we've gathered a lot of new community content for you to look forward to. Full COMRAD
FROM: BattlEye TO: Arma 3 Users UNIT: Main Branch ACTIVITY: Anti-Cheat Update SIZE: ~8.5 MB
There's nothing else quite like Arma 3 - it's a military FPS game, but it's also perhaps the most in-depth sandbox game available today, giving players the opportunity to build incredibly complex scenarios and simulations using the latest military hardware. Now, Arma 3 2.0 has arrived, and while it doesn't upend the milsim applecart in any major ways, it does bring with it some very welcome improvements to the seven-year-old game. The biggest new addition in Arma 3 2.0 is the ability to share custom compositions created in the Arma 3 Eden editor directly to the Steam Workshop. Eden is Arma 3's 3D editing environment, and it lets you assemble game assets however you like, from simple table settings all the way up to full military bases and checkpoints. With the arrival of Arma 3 2.0, you'll be able to share your creations in Eden at the click of a button (once you've saved your work, naturally). That streamlined functionality will make it easier for Arma scenario designers to build, share, and find objects and settings to fill out their work with realistic and atmospheric props and scenery. No sense in reinventing the wheel every time you need a roadblock set up in your Apex scenario, right? Now you'll be able to find one on the Workshop - right in the editor, mind you - and plunk it straight into your scene. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Arma 3's next DLC is a trip to 1980s Czechoslovakia Get Arma 3 and DayZ cheap in the latest Humble Bundle Arma 3's new Apex scenario is live - and it's basically Far Cry
There's nothing else quite like Arma 3 - it's a military FPS game, but it's also perhaps the most in-depth sandbox game available today, giving players the opportunity to build incredibly complex scenarios and simulations using the latest military hardware. Now, Arma 3 2.0 has arrived, and while it doesn't upend the milsim applecart in any major ways, it does bring with it some very welcome improvements to the seven-year-old game. The biggest new addition in Arma 3 2.0 is the ability to share custom compositions created in the Arma 3 Eden editor directly to the Steam Workshop. Eden is Arma 3's 3D editing environment, and it lets you assemble game assets however you like, from simple table settings all the way up to full military bases and checkpoints. With the arrival of Arma 3 2.0, you'll be able to share your creations in Eden at the click of a button (once you've saved your work, naturally). That streamlined functionality will make it easier for Arma scenario designers to build, share, and find objects and settings to fill out their work with realistic and atmospheric props and scenery. No sense in reinventing the wheel every time you need a roadblock set up in your Apex scenario, right? Now you'll be able to find one on the Workshop - right in the editor, mind you - and plunk it straight into your scene. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Arma 3's next DLC is a trip to 1980s Czechoslovakia Get Arma 3 and DayZ cheap in the latest Humble Bundle Arma 3's new Apex scenario is live - and it's basically Far Cry
{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/adb99d762e3188513c67c258b2f740c18ffef8eb.png Seven years after the official release of version 1.00 and dozens of updates later, we've now gradually reached Arma 3 version 2.00 (watch trailer). This latest update adds a free new firing drill, as well as a new color edition of an existing firearm, a camo variant for selected gear, extra Steam achievements, and the option to share compositions made in Arma 3’s scenario editor via the Steam Workshop. https://youtu.be/ElxZ8ePBLPs The new firing drill (Course of Fire: Gray) invites you to set a record time on a challenging course hosted by a familiar operative from Arma 3's story campaigns. A gold medal is awarded to those who can complete the drill in under two minutes (2:00). Players running the course might encounter various surprises related to previous versions of Arma 3 if they know where to look and what to do. {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/ff38d960809c5d2c8c658c5519800caa89ec8111.png Players can now share custom compositions from the game directly to the Steam Workshop. They can do so by accessing Arma 3’s extensive library of weapons, vehicles, equipment, characters, structures, and props available and arranging their in-game assets in the editor. When they’re done, all they need to do is save their selected assets as a custom composition and click on the appropriate icon to publish it to the Steam Workshop. Compositions can include anything from full-blown military camps to specific roadblocks or checkpoints, a Halloween pumpkin festival, a simple table and chairs, or anything in between. By sharing their unique compositions via the Steam Workshop, Arma 3 content creators can help each other build expansive, detailed, and atmospheric scenarios quickly and easily. Further documentation can be found on Bohemia Interactive's Community Wiki. {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/9f22e6b119e067c060cbbdf1b784de2bf5c76f86.jpg But wait, there’s more! The 2.00 update also includes a new arid variant of existing CTRG special forces gear (stealth uniform and combat helmet - available for owners of the Arma 3 Apex expansion) and a black variant for the P07 pistol - both of which are used in the new firing drill. Players can also unlock three new '2.00' themed Steam achievements. And finally, everyone receives a lifetime’s virtual supply of "Arma" Eau de Combat, which is now available as an in-game glass perfume bottle prop. {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/d44da5808dd19f291a8146ef68486c2bd45e0d5f.jpg The complete changelog for update 2.00 can be found on the Arma 3 website. If you have yet to pick up the game, or simply wish to complete your DLC collection, you can get the Arma 3 base game and all of its downloadable content (DLC) at up to 75% off on Steam. Those who purchase the Arma 3 Ultimate Edition, Apex Edition, Contact Edition, or DLC Essentials will receive an additional bundle discount on top. This special offer is available from today up until Monday October 19 (starting and ending at 1...
FROM: High Command TO: Arma 3 Users UNIT: Main Branch (Windows) ACTIVITY: Game Update 2.00 (CoF: Gray, Workshop Compositions, 64-bit Linux Server) SIZE: ~1.6 GB / ~558 MB (depends on Contact ownership) More in the full changelog and SPOTREP
{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/0325c2cb9bd2708cfba974cc1a3281cdd7096dc6.png The seasons are changing and so is the content from the community! We're live with a new set of exciting community highlights. Full COMRAD

Rust news:

If you hadn't yet noticed, Rust is having a bit of a moment. Although it's been around since 2013, the survival multiplayer is experiencing a resurgence in popularity after a bunch of high-profile streamers set up private server together. The streamers, including Shroud, Pokimane, Myth, XQc and more, have all uploaded their own perspectives of the island (even creating their own factions), making for compelling viewing - and seriously boosting Rust's player count in the process. Prior to the recent surge in popularity, Rust's previous Steam concurrent players record stood at 125k in April 2020 (coinciding with coronavirus lockdowns), but on 8th January it smashed that record by peaking at 201,497 players. The numbers have continued to rise over the last week, and as spotted by PCGamesN, the game hit 244,394 concurrent players on 16th January - breaking that record yet again. All this, of course, seems to be paying off very nicely for Rust developer Facepunch, with studio founder Garry Newman revealing the studio had made over $1m (£734k) on two days in one week. With the player count showing no sign of declining, I imagine this is going to be an extremely good month for the game. And we haven't even had the Rust console launch yet. Read more
Rust just keeps on storming to new player count highs. The survival game's seen a sizeable surge of interest as of late, following a burst of big name attention on Twitch, hitting an all-time player count record earlier this month of 134,483 concurrents on Steam. Now, that's been blown out of the water, with a new peak count of not far off double that figure. Steam Charts shows that Facepunch Studios' multiplayer game hit an all-time concurrent player count high on Valve's plaltform this past weekend, with the number topping out at an eye-watering 244,394 - significantly beyond the record set just a couple weeks ago. Similarly, SteamDB records an all-time peak of 245,243 concurrent players this weekend. These numbers might not quite put Rust in the realms of Steam's other biggest hitters, like CS:GO, Dota 2, and PUBG, which often draw in peaks of hundreds of thousands of concurrent players. However, they're far beyond those the sandbox game's used to bringing in, which over the past few years have typically been somewhere between the 50-100k mark. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Meet Welyn, the Robin Hood of Rust Rust base designs are about more than just size Rust overtakes Cyberpunk 2077 on Steam top sellers list
January 14, 2021 This feature was originally published in August 2019. The punishing world of Rust is a difficult place to survive. Morals are loose, and a well-armed clan eager to steal your hard-earned loot is never far away. Yet there is hope to be found in this lawless land; tales abound of individual players defying the odds, outmanoeuvring and out-thinking their opponents to amazing results. Welyn, a popular Rust YouTuber, clearly fits this description. He's been making a name for himself within the community for his daring solo heists against much larger clans - typically, ones who have been throwing their weight around and harming the experience for other players. Like any good heist movie, Welyn's videos always start with the setup. He names the target, which can be anything from an overzealous clan blocking off a plot of land to a group of malicious players ganging up on someone underpowered. He then outlines a plan, with an annotated map or a detailed base recreation setting out his intentions. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust base designs are about more than just size Rust overtakes Cyberpunk 2077 on Steam top sellers list New Rust update adds more servers, brings Twitch Drops, and wipes your blueprints
After a seven week run at number one, Cyberpunk 2077 has been dethroned as the Steam top-seller, overtaken this week by Rust. The survival game from developer Facepunch Studios is now the highest grossing game on Valve's store, some seven years after launch. In the latest Steam top-sellers list, Cyberpunk 2077 drops two spaces, from one to three, and Rust, which has been on the rise lately, has jumped from four to the tippy-top. This isn't terribly surprising, a resurgence on Twitch led to Rust breaking its player count record during the week, a record that was broken again this weekend. A new update added more servers, to keep up with all the demands, and a data wipe was done to balance the playing field in lieu of the tech tree progression system that was introduced in December. A number of popular streamers, like jacksepticeye, pokimana, and xQc, have Twitch drops, too. It looked like Sea of Thieves might have been the one to outdo CD Projekt Red's RPG game, the pirate game was at number two last week, setting a player count record all its own. Funnily enough, these individual records are being clocked after Steam crossed 25 million concurrent users to ring in the new year - people are playing a lot of games this January. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust base designs are about more than just size New Rust update adds more servers, brings Twitch Drops, and wipes your blueprints After a resurgence on Twitch, Rust hits a new all-time player count record
After a load of fresh interest from some of the biggest names on Twitch, Rust is poised for a massive 2021. (The Rust player count has already reached a new all-time peak and is continuing to grow.) The first update of the new year is a relatively small one, but it sets the stage for what to expect in the next handful of months. First off, be aware - you're losing your blueprints. The devs are "force-wiping blueprints across all Rust servers" as a result of the recent tech tree system, to ensure everyone's once again playing on a level field. This is the first such wipe in years, and the devs say it'll be a "long, long while" before it happens again. Rust is getting Twitch Drops now, too. Watching any Rust stream will get you three rewards: a sofa after two hours, an industrial door after four hours, and a hobo barrel after eight hours. Additionally, nine streamers now have personalised in-game items you can get by watching four hours of their respective streams: auronplay, jacksepticeye, lilypichu, ludwig, Myth, pokimane, shroud, Sykkuno, and xQc. You can see those details on the official site. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust overtakes Cyberpunk 2077 on Steam top sellers list After a resurgence on Twitch, Rust hits a new all-time player count record Rust's December update introduces tech trees for workbenches
Santa is packing up and clearing out the bodies, we hope you enjoyed the Holiday Season. We're getting back to work after a couple of weeks off which is why this is a light blog and we are looking forward to the journey ahead in 2021! We're happy to announce Twitch Drops are now enabled for all Rust Twitch streamers. You can earn special and unique skins simply by watching your favourite Rust Twitch streamers. Additionally, we've teamed up with Auronplay, Jacksepticeye, lilypichu, ludwig, Myth, pokimane, shroud, Sykkuno and xQc to bring you special unique drops which can only be earned by watching their channels - Learn more by clicking the Link Changelist Fixed some clothing casting incorrect shadows Fixed respawn icons not properly merging when creating a combined respawn icon Fixed push to talk setting not being respected when talking on a phone (if this is enabled you need to hold your push to talk key to speak into a Telephone) Fixed some non English characters in player names causing display issues in the inventory Fixed being able to slide open the windows of a locked armoured cockpit module that's directly in front of a taxi module that a player is riding in Sleeping bags that are too close to another sleeping bag will now be tinted orange while placing (also affects Beds and Beach Towels) Fixed some incorrect sound effects on the Telephone Voice audio transmitted through Telephones now has some audio filters applied Car lock info tooltips wait a while before showing up again SAM sites no longer target hot air balloons that aren't inflated Reduced research cost of T2 engine parts Reduced weather event chances - more clear skies Allow players to boost voices from the options menu rather than needing to use the console Disabled Xmas event and craftable item
Rust is one of the most venerable names in survival games, but it seems that the best days for Facepunch's nudity simulator are still ahead. Rust has made a big resurgence on Twitch thanks to an international array of big-name streamers, and the new visibility has led to a new all-time player peak for the game on Steam. Rust reached a new peak concurrent player count of 134,483 today, as SteamDB shows. That's not massively higher than previous records - daily peaks have tended to run from 70k to 100k throughout 2020, reaching as high as 125k back in April - but it's impressive to see a game that's been around for the better part of a decade continue to hit new records. On Twitch, however, Rust has been hitting astronomical heights, with peaks well over 1 million viewers. Prior to the past month, those peaks tended to be well under 100k. Those new view counts are buoyed by streamers including Shroud and xQc in a new communal server, for English-speaking audiences. A number of massive Spanish-language Twitch streamers have also been bringing their audiences along. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust's December update introduces tech trees for workbenches Rust's Halloween update is here, with a Trick or Treat event and spooky new items Rust gets an Elevator update and reworked map tomorrow
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