In german comm. it was said several time before that the demo will be released after the release so buy it and be the first or wait and be the second.
But maybe BIS will surprise us and release the demo before the releasse of ArmA2.
Yes I just wanted to say it's not from a newer build.
Last edited by Raptor; May 11 2009 at 20:18.
Did anyone else the Russian preview version found on ArmAholic had Battlefield 2 music behind almost the whole time except the start?
Australian Armed Forces - Dedicated Tactical Coop Squad for ArmA2
We've concluded for the millionth time that the build is from February, there's no need to continue the discussion over which date format is superior, since we all know D-YD/YM/YM'Y format beats everything.
on topic: was the editor accessible in the preview version? I mean there are many things that should have been mentioned relating to editor (the modules, the easy input commands.. etc). Any self respecting member of this community could have made a preview based on their experiences in the editor alone. so many things could have been tested not the least of which being different AI skill levels.
Last edited by Barely-injured; May 12 2009 at 03:52.
My ARMA2 Movie Film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTw38KXsiyk (Base Attack 5!)
Is it just me that thinks that BI lacks a bit of PR for Arma2?
The PR so far feels so subtle, they release some material on the arma2 website and some magazines shows some material BI have given them.
There is still a lot of people out there that has never heard of Arma2. And I can understand that it's hard for people to find all these short videos on diffrent european languages, if your not hanging around here or on any of the fan sites. Even if you as a newcomer make it to the Arma2 website, it is hard to see what actual gameplay is about.
One thing I think they should do is send someone to E3 with a presentation of the game, where someone from BI play the game for about 10 mins showing the gameplay and explaining some features in it.
And they should put up a similar video on the website. Not a video showing something from the Arma2 story but a small walkthrough of the game. You get more familiarized with the game by such a vid than just seeing some units with some music. Also youtube marketing can't be that expensive.
Bethesda did vids like this for before the release of Fallout 3, and it worked quite well on me anyway.
Sorry I just wanted to say this becouse I want to se more people this game than the few that played Arma.