ARMA 3 Laws of War



Minimum System Requirements

Processor : Core 2 Quad
Graphics Card : 1 GB DDR3 Dx11
RAM : 4 GB
Setup Size : 25 GB
Genre : Tactical Shooter
Release Year : 2019


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ARMA 3 Laws of War  is an open-worldrealism-based, military tactical shooter video game developed and published by Bohemia Interactive. It was released for Microsoft Windows. Platform updates include re-factoring of existing cluster munition-based artillery strikes to include UXO (Unexploded Ordnance) simulation and enhanced Mine Detector functionality. For landmines, a new APERS mine dispenser has been added along with training mines to practice mine-clearance. Dynamic loadouts have also been expanded to include a range of airdroppable cluster bombs for certain aircraft as well. In addition, new props and placeable objects that are both premium and free alike are available for use in the Eden editor.

New faction called IDAP, a Non-Government Organisation that is operating on the Republic of Altis and Stratis. It plays a significant role in the new mini-campaign that is included with the DLC called Remnants of War.

ARMA 3 takes place in the mid-2030s, on the islands of Altis and Stratis in the Aegean Sea,[5] and the South Pacific island of Tanoa. The islands feature photo-realistic terrain and water environments. Altis is the largest official terrain in the ARMA series with ground area covering approximately 270 square kilometres (100 sq mi). The smaller island, Stratis, expands over an area of 20 square kilometres (7.7 sq mi).[6]

The single-player campaign has the player take control of U.S. Army soldier Corporal Ben Kerry. During the campaign, the player will face everything from lone wolf infiltration missions to the commanding of large scale armored operations. The player is able to choose different objectives and weaponry (such as UAVsartillery, and air support) according to their play style.

ARMA 3 is set in the 2030s, when a new Eastern military alliance, known as the Canton-Protocol Strategic Alliance Treaty (CSAT), led by Iran and China, is growing in global influence, while the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is on the decline.

The main singleplayer campaign, The East Wind, is set on the Republic of Altis and Stratis (Altis for short), a Mediterranean island nation comprising the islands Altis (based on Lemnos) and Stratis (based on Agios Efstratios). In 2026, a civil war erupts on Altis following a coup d’etat by the Altis Armed Forces (AAF). In 2030, a ceasefire is declared.[10] A loyalist rebel group, the Freedom and Independence Army (FIA), rejects the new military government and wages a guerrilla campaign against the AAF. NATO peacekeeping forces are deployed to Altis, establishing a US-led joint NATO-AAF peacekeeping force, Task Force Aegis (TF Aegis). Five years later, NATO investment in the Aegean dwindles, and CSAT begins to subsidize the AAF and mobilizes its own forces in the Pacific. With the peacekeeping mandate nearing its end, NATO begins to withdraw from Altis, and tensions rise between AAF and NATO.[11][12]

The DLC campaign, Apex Protocol, added in the ARMA 3: Apex expansion, is set on the Northern Division of a South Pacific island group nation known as the Horizon Islands Federation. The division is commonly known as Tanoa, the largest island in the division. The campaign takes place after the events of the base game campaign, following the regroup with NATO ending.

Remnants of War is a story-driven DLC campaign added in the Laws of War DLC. The story focuses on Nathan MacDade, an EOD technician working for the International Development and Aid Project (IDAP for short), a humanitarian NGO. Other scenarios are explored as Nathan reminisces about past events. Some actions the player can take have moral consequences, which are reflected in the ending.

The main player character of the singleplayer campaign features Corporal Ben Kerry, a US Army soldier assigned to the NATO peacekeeping contingent deployed on Stratis. Players also play as Sergeant Conway during the prologue. Other major NATO characters include Staff Sergeant Adams, General Armstrong, as well as Combat Technology Research Group (a NATO special operations group, CTRG for short, whose existence is officially denied by NATO,) personnel Captain Scott Miller, and Miller’s second in command Lieutenant James. Major FIA characters include Kostas Stavrou, leader of northern FIA forces, and Nikos Panagopoulos, an FIA head. Players play as CTRG Group 15 operators in Apex Protocol.