On next Monday the Commander of the Finnish Ground Forces will click the Rampastring icon on the sidebar's barracks section. Military service is practically mandatory for every Finnish male, and because of that I won't be able to be as active game development wise as I've been. Usually the real life version of Arma 3 provides gameplay for 5½ months, although in the longest case it can take a year.
What this means is that I'll have to suspend development until I'm done with the service. We get very little free time on the barracks and we also have most weekends free, but I won't be able to do much on those - the weekends are reserved for resting after the physically tiring exercises and spending time with friends and family.
However, I'm not quitting game development. The service will only last for 5½ months (unless I get unlucky, that is) and after that I'll be continuing work on all of my projects. Games and game development are and will always be a significant part of my life.
In the meanwhile, The Dawn of the Tiberium Age will naturally continue in the good hands of its leader, Bittah, and together with the TI staff I've already made sure that the Twisted Insurrection Client, essentially a slightly modified version of the DTA Client, is ready for the release of Public Beta 5.