Bohemia Interactive today announced its development plans for Arma 3 in the upcoming year in a new blog post. Arma 3 is now in its third post launch year and the developers seem inclined to continue improving existing content and features, optimizing game performance, and supporting the creation and installation of player-created content.
The biggest news is the brand new game content, which aims to expand the vision of Arma 3. The new content aims to provide "fresh gameplay opportunities for existing players, while also attracting new players looking for a gateway to a massive military experience”.
There are five downloadable content packages scheduled over the coming year including:
- Arma 3 Jets DLC (Q1 2017 - ETA)
- Arma 3 'Orange' DLC (Q2 2017 - TBC)
- Arma 3 Malden Free DLC (June 2017)
- Arma 3 Tac-Ops DLC (Q3 2017 - TBC)
- Arma 3 Tanks DLC (TBA)
Arma 3’s Creative Director, Jay Crowe said "The creation of a new roadmap always represents a splendid opportunity to reflect upon our past efforts and think carefully about new opportunities. Our third post-release roadmap aims to strike a balance between investing in the future, and serving the needs of the Arma 3 platform and playerbase with an ambitious line-up of new gameplay, features, and content".