Bohemia is also integrating BattlEye to improve the Beta’s MP experience and catch cheaters.
The BTR-K Kamysh is Russia's best APC, "equipped with a CTWS turret fitted with a 30mm cannon, coaxial machinegun and 2 guided AT missiles, making the vehicle significant in the infantry support role," while the NATO Panther is heavily armored, complete with a "RCWS HMG, 40mm grenade machine gun and smoke flares. They can take up to 8 soldiers in the cargo area."
Meanwhile, the anti-cheat software BattlEye promises to add "a new layer of multiplayer security, this anti-cheat software helps server hosts detect and respond to multiplayer hacks."
Gamers interested in joining the ArmA III beta can visit the official page . Be warned, the beta costs 34.99 EUR/29.99 GBP/$44.99 USD minimum for the regular edition, though the prices will increase when the game is officially released.