Bohemia Interactive presents Arma 3 Contact

Posted on May 23rd, 2019 04:09 PM EST
What if humanity suddenly encounters extraterrestrial intelligence on Earth?

We're excited to present: Arma 3 Contact – a spin-off expansion about the most important discovery in the history of mankind. Scheduled for release on July 25, Arma 3 Contact features a military science fiction singleplayer campaign, which will arrive together with a fresh new sandbox terrain, factions, weapons, vehicles, gear, and more.

In the “First Contact” singleplayer campaign, you'll assume the role of NATO drone operator Aiden Rudwell, who is deployed to Eastern Europe as part of a military training exercise. When a massive alien vessel suddenly enters the atmosphere, you're sent to investigate the extraterrestrial visitors and determine their intentions. However, amid the tension and chaos, armed conflict inevitably unfolds.

Besides its story-driven campaign, the Contact expansion also brings various additions to the greater Arma 3 sandbox. One highlight is the massive new 163 km2 terrain set in the fictional Polish-speaking country of Livonia. With this new locale come two smaller yet capable fighting forces: Livonian Defense Force and Russian Spetsnaz. Furthermore, the expansion packs 5 additional weapons, 2 new vehicles plus variants, extra gear, a wide variety of decorative objects, and more.

Arma 3 Contact is scheduled for release on July 25 and will be distributed as DLC for Arma 3 on Steam. You can now pre-purchase the expansion on Steam with a temporary 10% discount. Also, if you pre-order, you'll gain Sneak Preview Access to the new Livonia terrain as of today. Click here for more information.

If you're new to Arma 3, you should consider getting the Arma 3 Contact Edition, which bundles the Arma 3 base game and Contact expansion at a much lower price than when both are bought separately.

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