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What is ARMA 2?
ARMA 2 is a tactical shooter focused primarily on infantry combat, but also includes significant vehicular and aerial combat elements. Likewise, the player is able to command AI squad members which adds a real-time strategy element to the game. This is further enhanced by the high command system, which allows the player to command multiple squads using the map. ARMA 2 exists primarily in the fictional Eastern European nation of Chernarus (meaning “Black Rus”). The Chernarussian landscape is based heavily on the Czech Republic, the home country of the developer.
ARMA 2, plus all expansions, features eleven distinct armed factions, each with their own vehicles and weapons. Caught in the middle are the Chernarussian and Takistani civilians. In ARMA 2, factions include: USMC, Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Chernarussian Defense Forces (CDF), Chernarussian Movement of the Red Star (ChDKZ), National Party (NAPA), and the citizens of Chernarus.
Furthermore, ARMA 2 features around 80 realistically represented weapons with many variants including assault rifles, machine guns, and missile launchers, with realistically simulated ballistics.
There are around 130 vehicle variants, and the player can control any vehicle in the game, including civilian cars, tractors and bicycles. Similarly, the player can fly any aircraft in the game, with limited fuel and realistic weapon loadouts.
ARMA 2 also includes a mission editor which makes it possible to create user-made single player missions. Alternatively, players can create campaigns and multiplayer missions through use of the in-game wizard. The player can also create more complex missions with scripting commands. The syntax and interface are largely consistent with the ARMA series, meaning that missions are transferable across games.