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Arma 2: Free is now ready for download


9:30 PM on 06.23.2011
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I spoke briefly about Arma 2: Free -- Bohemia Interactive's less-featured offering for those on a tight gaming budget -- during the E3 rush. That was a simple announcement post; the real news today is that the military sim is now ready for public consumption.

You can grab it for yourself by using this link and signing into Google, Steam, Facebook, OpenID, or Windows Live ID for activation purposes. I'm tempted to download it just so I can re-experience the pain of not being able to properly pilot the game's vehicles.








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