ARMA 2 – Updates for all versions of Bohemia’s military sim game

Bohemia Interactive, the award-winning independent Czech development studio, is delighted to announce that just before Santa’s sleigh glides across the rooftops of good boys and girls the world over, their own Christmas present surprise is a new mega update encompassing the whole range of Arma II, Operation Arrowhead & their DLC. Happy gaming ArmA fans and you can view the highlight notes bellow.
Highlights from today’s patches:
Operation Arrowhead patched to 1.60
· New features: FXAA Anti-Aliasing mode, user-definable memory allocators, new scripting commands, new commandline options
· Multiplayer is much smoother, no more warping, includes a number of fixes, optimizations and improvements
· Netcode, VON and dedicated server fixes plus configuration additions in place
· Singleplayer received visual states smoothing and prediction (notable e.g. on distant units)
· AI is improved, especially (but not only) in combat, AI has received numerous bug fixes
· Aircraft & Helicopter simulation received slight improvements
· ARMA 2, ARMA 2: OA, ARMA 2: EW campaigns and stand-alone missions received special treatment to get rid of most annoying bugs
· Numerous other small bugs/glitches fixedArma 2 patched to 1.11
· Numerous bug fixes, multiplayer code tweaks and mission fixes
· ARMA 2, ARMA 2: OA, ARMA 2: EW campaigns and stand-alone missions received special treatment to get rid of the most annoying bugs

Arma 2:Free patched to 1.11
· MP Code brought into line with Arma 2 for compatibility

BAF patched to 1.03 and PMC patched to 1.02
· Several stability and game saves fixes as well as mission tweaks, also new BAF missions included.

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