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Arma3 news:

Military simulator game Arma 3 is doing something a bit different with its newest piece of DLC. Instead of driving around in a new tank or helicopter, this pack involves a trip to the museum. That's right: the Art of War Charity Pack adds a virtual exhibition of Arma community members' best artwork, and there's even a new mission to go along with it. The Arma 3 Art of War Charity Pack includes a new single-player scenario that developer Bohemia Interactive says showcases "international humanitarian law in action" as you help protect a "valuable work of art". There's some new formal attire included, such as a suit (you can't show up at a fine arts museum dressed in fatigues, after all) and faction-specific parade dress uniforms and a parade cap. The DLC also includes a range of civilian backpacks. The DLC itself is available at three price points. While the lowest is $1.99 USD / £1.99, you can also choose to pay $4.99 / £4.99 or $9.99 / £9.99. All proceeds benefit the International Committee of the Red Cross, and so you can think of the purchase as a donation to the organisation. All three price tiers include the same content. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Arma 3 2.0 has arrived, and it's brought treats Arma 3's next DLC is a trip to 1980s Czechoslovakia Get Arma 3 and DayZ cheap in the latest Humble Bundle
{STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/8304a6eefc588792282275e559e58a741bc296f8.jpg Hey all, The Arma 3 Art of War charity DLC is now available! Admire splendid community artwork, recover priceless cultural property, and proudly wear your parade uniform (in-game) + help us raise money for a good cause. 100% of Bohemia Interactive's proceeds after tax from this charity pack will be donated to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). After the initial fundraising period, the DLC will eventually become free to all owners of Arma 3 towards the end of 2021. So, what's included in the package? The Art of War DLC delivers both new premium content as well as free platform additions to Arma 3 – made available via an automatic game update (version 2.02 - view changelog) on Steam: Premium Showcase Cultural Property (singleplayer scenario) Formal Suit Parade Uniform Parade Cap Civilian Backpack {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/9a186a03a56538021a9db1ca5431377032310439.jpg Platform Showcase Art of War (singleplayer scenario) Art T-Shirts Art Gallery Objects Memorial Objects Steam Achievements {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/e20cc04038166061fdcca63bdb88c55d7df45aaf.jpg Visit the Steam store page to pick up the Arma 3 Art of War Charity Pack now for just $1.99 USD / €1.99 EUR / £1.99 GBP. People who wish to donate more to the cause can get the DLC at two higher optional price tiers (all three purchase options include the same content). On behalf of everyone ourselves and the ICRC, we thank you for your contribution. Stay safe, take care, and game on! - Team Bohemia {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/2799889/50b70d174f43c7a4012fc6f2681d2595d9b5ae76.jpg P.S. In support of Art of War, the Arma 3 base game and all of its other premium DLC are currently on sale on Steam, with discounts ranging between 50-75% (offer will end on March 1).
FROM: High Command TO: Arma 3 Users UNIT: Main Branch (Windows) ACTIVITY: Game Update 2.02 (Art of War DLC) SIZE: ~1.5 GB / ~231 MB (depends on Contact ownership) More in the full changelog and SPOTREP
Tencent has continued its investment spree, this time in Arma and DayZ studio Bohemia. The Chinese mega corp has acquired a minority stake in Bohemia Interactive, which is based in the Czech Republic. Terms of the investment were not disclosed. Bohemia boss Marek Španěl insisted his company will continue to operate independently and be led by the existing management team. The initial plan is to bring Bohemia's PC and mobile sandbox creation platform Ylands to Chinese players. Read more
FROM: BattlEye TO: Arma 3 Users UNIT: Main Branch ACTIVITY: Anti-Cheat Update SIZE: ~8.1 MB
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

Rust news:

Happy Lunar new year to everyone! To help everyone celebrate we have added some new and old items to the Steam item store. First off, throughout the Lunar New Year celebration, everyone will be able to craft a set of throw-able firecrackers to make a racket. Traditionally set off to scare away evil spirits, many people would set them off when opening the front door before they went out. We somehow doubt these will scare off a dedicated door camper but you can try! Server update is required to enable craftable firecrackers - experience on community servers may vary. Ox Mask To celebrate the year of the Ox we have created a beautiful Metal Ox Mask with jiggling tassles. Similar to last years Rat Mask, it replaces the wolf headdress. The Ox mask can be purchased on the Rust item store. New Year Items {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/5377070/ad3d6b0dfc6f3acc36f015bf77b600d3c3efccf6.png In addition to this year's Ox mask, we’ve added items back from prior years sale to the item store, the Dragon Door Knocker, Gong, Fireworks Packs and the Chinese Lantern. Also, Don't forget Rust is currently 33% off in the Steam Lunar New Year Sale until the 15th February, now is the perfect time to get your friends involved!
The Steam player count records just keep on coming for Facepunch Studios' survival game Rust. Last month, the title - which has seen a massive surge of popularity of late thanks to an uptick in streamer interest - hit a new peak concurrent player count record of around 245k players. Now, the multiplayer game's average player count has soared to all-new highs. Head to Rust's Steam Charts page and you'll see that - as of writing - the game's average player count over the past 30 days has hit a new record high of 146,404 - far beyond averages seen on Valve's platform since its launch way back in 2013. It's also just over 4k beyond January's record-breaking average of 142,117 - an eye-watering leap from the regular figures between the 46-61k mark seen over the course of last year. Given it's still early February, we won't know for a good few weeks yet whether the average will stay this high across the month - and so, whether we'll see a new record average player for the whole of February. But, it's safe to say Rust's popularity isn't showing any signs of dying down any time soon. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust now has a kinder, gentler 'softcore' mode and shopping drones Rust and Everspace 2 lead the Steam top sellers Rust has hit another all-time player count record
Rust's latest update is a big one: 'softcore' mode has arrived. No, that doesn't mean a soft-focus camera and a jazzy saxophone. It means that players won't have to contend with quite so many of the sharp edges present in vanilla Rust's opening hours - those edges primarily being "getting horribly murdered" and "losing all your gear." Enter softcore mode. Facepunch says it's aimed at "more casual players" and it takes some of the sting out of dying in the notoriously brutal multiplayer game. "We're aware that some players want a less brutal experience (sometimes, anyway)," Facepunch says. "Don't worry, the majority of our servers will still be regular vanilla Rust (hardcore)." Softcore mode is launching on 10 servers, and in this initial version, you'll find several key changes. First off, you'll be able to reclaim half your inventory after being killed, either by returning to the spot where you died, or by using a reclaim terminal found in the Bandit Town or Outpost safe zones. You'll have 24 hours to do this before the items despawn. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust has hit yet another player count record on Steam Rust and Everspace 2 lead the Steam top sellers Rust has hit another all-time player count record
If you've ever dipped a toe into Rust, you'll know the PvP can get rough mere seconds after you've spawned naked on a beach - so if you fancy a gentler introduction (or perhaps just a break from marauding zergs), the new Softcore Gamemode could be the thing for you. Introduced yesterday as part of the February update, the Softcore mode provides a slightly more forgiving Rust experience. When a player is killed, instead of losing everything they will instead be able to recoup half their inventory - either at the spot of death, or at a reclaim terminal (at the Bandit Camp or Outpost monuments). You'll have two hours to reach a terminal before those items despawn, but still - it's far better than losing it all to someone with an AK. On top of this, players will also have the opportunity to spawn in the Bandit Town or Outpost safezones at any time (if they are not flagged as hostile). Rust is also pretty infamous for its zerg clans - groups with dozens of players that can easily overwhelm solos or small groups - and Softcore helps discourage this by capping team sizes at four. Read more
This month we launch the Softcore Gamemode to soften the Rust experience for those that want it, a new automated drone delivery service for your vending needs, work on the Hapis revamp as well as the usual fixes and improvements. More details can be found by clicking the link Added Jackhammer admire Added Drones Added Drone marketplace Added game mode support Added softcore gamemode Now catching disk I/O exceptions when e.g. trying to take a screenshot with a full hard drive Death screen now displays death by poison correctly Fixed water jug filling sound not using positional audio Fixed items losing their skin when a stack is split (satchel charges) Fixed instrument midi playback still working when wounded Fixed not being able to buy/sell spacesuits in vending machines (is treated as a distinct item) Fixed couch and chair dismount issues Fixed deploying items on top of auto turrets Fixed keylock floating Fixed building plan conflicting phrases and inconsistencies Fixed finger clipping on admire Thompson Fixed thumb clipping through glove meshes with bow equipped Fixed metal shopfront preventing construction placement in certain builds Multiple anticheat improvements Can now wield items while sitting on the sofa deployable Improved padding and removed dead space when scrolling through skins (crafting/repair bench) Skin picker will now sort by recently used Stricter Vending machine placement Can now deploy items inside deployable watch towers Jackhammer skinnable Returned blue barrel Shotgun trap now has more accurate colliders Wooden shopfront default BP Reduced wooden shopfront cost Lowered high end weapons drop rate from APC crate Removed wooden shopfront from the loot table Change lock position on tool cupboard to not clip with cupboard handle Fixed being able to play instruments when wounded Keylocks now auto-lock on deploy Large wooden box can no longer be clipped into world layer Monument loot container size reduced Stricter shotgun trap placement
Fresh off another all-time concurrent players record, Rust is atop the Steam top sellers list for the third week in a row. Joining it is newcomer Everspace 2, and a surprise entrant towards the bottom. Once again Rust lands at number one, enjoying sustained popular over the last month or so. In second place, Everspace 2, an action-RPG game where you're a pilot in space that's just come to Steam Early Access. After hosting a successful Kickstarter in 2019, developer Rockfish Games has been hard at work to bring the sequel to fans of the original as quickly as possible, and, well, so far, so good. It's number two on Steam best sellers, and has over a thousand positive reviews on Valve's store. The middle of the chart has some usual suspects - Cyberpunk 2077, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Phasmophobia. But then, in second-last, is a surprise entrant, Skul: The Hero Slayer, a 2D souls-like game from developer Southpaw Games. Version 1.0 rolled out this week, bringing new story chapters, equipment and more, and Skul's drawn in nearly 20,000 concurrent players to his the quest. Not enough to be in the top 25 on Steam Charts, but enough to become a top seller. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Rust has hit another all-time player count record Meet Welyn, the Robin Hood of Rust Rust base designs are about more than just size


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