Welcome to Project Reality: ARMA 2 (aka PR:ARMA2), a free to download game modification for the ARMA 2 retail Windows PC game. The main aim for PR:ARMA2 is to create a realistic and immersive modification for ARMA 2, which focuses on encouraging teamwork through game play. As with Project Reality's original conception on the Refractor 2 engine, at this stage PR:ARMA2 should be classed as a Mini-Mod; we have to start somewhere! Do not be fooled though, this release will by no means disappoint, due to the large number of high quality art assets already created by the Project Reality Team, and the considerable experience of the PR:ARMA2 Development Team on the Real Virtuality 3 engine!
Over the last few months, the Reality Studios team has been working vigorously on the continued development of the Project Reality: ArmA2 modification to create what we believe will be the one stop package for the diehard PvP Community. With the sheer amount of concepts we now have, the release date has slipped somewhat, and we are now working on a release that is four times as large as we initially thought.
Over the last few months, the Reality Studios team has been working vigorously on the continued development of the Project Reality: ArmA2 modification to create what we believe will be the one stop package for the diehard PvP Community. With the sheer amount of concepts we now have, the release date has slipped somewhat, and we are now working on a release that is four times as large as we initially thought. From player controlled Bridgelayers, destructible environments and a whole new user interface, the PR:ArmA2 modification is really one to look out for in the future.
ModDB.com "Mod of the Year 2010" - Phase 2 Voting
PR:ArmA2 has made it into the Top 100 Mods and Phase 2 of the voting has started. This is where YOUR vote really matters! We ask that you vote for your favorite mod(s) from across the board. If you think Project Reality: ArmA2 deserves your vote for the "Upcoming Mod of The Year", we would very much appreciate your participation. Registered members votes are worth more points than guest votes, so be sure you login to an existing ModDB.com account before you vote! If you do not have an account, register one - it is free, quick and easy. Every single vote counts!
Winning the MOTY award is definitely something the entire Reality Studios team would like to accomplish, as it gives the whole team a tremendous sense of accomplishment and a huge boost to our motivation level in continuing our various projects, not to mention the huge publicity Project Reality would receive. For more information on the MOTY 2010 Awards and for details on how to vote, click HERE.
US Army: Apache AH-64A/D Attack Helicopter
The United States Army Apache AH-64A/D Attack Helicopter was designed during the Cold War to hunt and destroy tanks, but now is used to give CAS to troop on the ground in Afghanistan. The Apache can operate in all weathers, day or night and the Longbow variant can detect, classify and prioritize up to 256 potential targets in a matter of seconds. It carries a mix of weapons including rockets, Hellfire missiles and a 30mm chain gun.
British Army: Mastiff 2 - Protected Patrol Vehicle
The British Army's Mastiff 2 is a heavily armored, 6x six-wheel-drive patrol vehicle which carries eight people and is operated by two crew members. This vehicle is famous for the protection it offers, where so far since it was deployed to Afghanistan in Mid June 2009, there has yet to been a single fatality in one to enemy action in theatre which proves the survivability is second-to-none.
We hope you have enjoyed this Project Reality progress update. Don't forget to go vote for Project Reality: ArmA2 in the MOTY 2010 competition.
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