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    Thought I would pass this link along:;t=75124;&#top

    Maruk here - project lead of Flashpoint since 1998 (which we signed with Codemasters in September 2000 to finally bring you our Operation Flashpoint in June 2001) and now after years, with some more grey hair on my head, project lead of ArmA II.

    We were quite silent in recent months and I guess that will not change much anytime soon - busy working on ArmA II to make it as good as we can. We know ArmA was often a rough experience, especially from the beginning but we worked as hard as we could to bring you what it is now: ArmA 1.14. ArmA II development is going well and it is in many aspects a similar experience to that of developing Flashpoint - and that's also the reason why we need a bit more time so ArmA II definitely will not be released this year in any territory. Hopefully, this time will not only help us to create a much better game but also will allow the ArmA community to produce some more great content for ArmA.

    It's a very exciting and challenging time for us. Please wish us luck!

    Attached are some brand new ArmA II screenshots for your reference (screen grabbed on my gold old rig: Core2Duo 6750 2.66 GHz + GF8800GT/512 + 2 GB RAM):
    Pics at the link, as well as comments

    Is it just me, or does the 2nd picture look like it is from the area of Eponia?


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    Re: Project lead of ArmA II posts short update

    It's so refreshing to hear stuff from the ArmA team. I know when I was into battlefield two et. al. that EA pretty much answered everything in legal speak, admitting no faults or troubles.

    This little blurb is great, they are working hard to not release an extremely bugy game. Thats all we can ask for.




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