Bohemia Interactive, a Czech company, has announced that on Tuesday, May 17, it will finally discuss the tactical shooter series’ future. Arma. At 20:00 Moscow time, a live broadcast with an announcement will take place.
The developers may reveal both the next third-part add-on and a completely new game. Given that Arma 3 was released in September 2013 and has since received over 18 DLC, the latter is more likely to be believed.
The fourth part is supported by the announcement of the new Enfusion Engine in mid-December last year.
The technology has been in development for four years, according to Bohemia Interactive. The engine is multi-platform, flexible, scalable, performs and looks better than Real Virtuality, is designed for online use, and includes all modding tools.