Posts Tagged Arma 2


Bohemia retires Arma 2 Free, drops Arma 2 price by 75% as thanks

Bohemia has announced that Arma 2 Free will be retiring from duty on 22 April.

By Tim McDonald | 8 Apr 2014 | 1

An armaful of Arma: Bohemia announces the Arma 2 Complete Collection

Bohemia Interactive has announced a final push for Arma 2, bundling it and every single one of its expansions (Operation Arrowhead, Army of the Czech Republic and the rest) into one ‘Complete Collection.’
Amusingly enough, the company is still using the zombie survival DayZ mod as a big seller, noting that “DayZ Mod requires Arma 2 and Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead to run, plus Arma 2: Private Military Company to display all textures in the highest quality”; all of which, of course, are in the collection.

By Peter Parrish | 15 Feb 2013 | Comments Off

Arma 2’s ‘Day Z’ mod surpasses one million unique players

If you’re currently in the middle of developing a title for the PC and think modding support for your game might just be a waste of time, consider the tremendous success of zombie-survival mod Day Z.

By Peter Parrish | 6 Aug 2012 | Comments Off

Czech out this new Arma 2 DLC release

Bohemia Interactive has announced the release of another add-on for their military simulator Arma 2.

By Peter Parrish | 30 Jul 2012 | Comments Off

ArmA 2 patched, improves DayZ experience

Bohemia Interactive has release the 1.62 patch for Arma 2. 
The patch will help with stability issues when running the DayZ mod, with Bohemia telling us “zombie hunts less prone to crashes and should improve server stability”.

By John Robertson | 24 Jul 2012 | Comments Off

DayZ planning to be stand-alone this year

ArmA 2’s DayZ mod has been ridiculously successful. It’s made ArmA 2 more successful than it has ever been, it’s proven that a persistent world PC game needn’t be all about fighting and levelling up and it’s gotten me hooked.

By John Robertson | 24 Jul 2012 | Comments Off

American Psycho runs wild in DayZ [Video]

The Arma 2 zombie survival mod DayZ is a game pretty much built for griefing.

By Peter Parrish | 19 Jul 2012 | Comments Off