What would war be without some heavily armored APC's rolling into the battlefield? Bohemia has announced the addition of armored personnel carriers to their massively multiplayer shooter ArmA III. The APC's that will be included in the "APC Package" are the BTR-K Kamysh and the IFV-6c Panther.
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.