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26-10-2016, 10:11 AM (Dit bericht is het laatst bewerkt op 26-10-2016 om 10:16 AM door zoog.)
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Arma 3 roadmap 2016-2017
Vorige week is de roadmap voor A3 bekend gemaakt. Oja, en voor de Supporter Edition owners onder ons, je krijgt ook de komende 4 betaalde DLC's zonder extra kosten. Had ik toch de supporter edition moeten kopen Tongue2

https://arma3.com/news/arma-3-roadmap-20...BBkS9J96Uk

Citaat:Launching Arma 3 Apex was a big moment in our project; July’s expansion was the most significant milestone since our original release, in 2013. In the months that have followed, we've been thrilled to see our players exploring and expanding upon the new content, features, and - of course - splendid new terrain, Tanoa. Meanwhile, our team has been busy.

Focusing upon both post-release support and looking ahead to the next stage of development, there’s been much evaluation, discussion, and - ultimately - the formation of a high-level plan. Now, we’d like to share our goals, highlight key updates, and talk a bit about how we’ll continue to support a mature platform in the context of planning for the future.

VISION
Infantry gameplay has long been at the heart of our development. Although it remains the backbone of our sandbox, we also recognise that there are several other avenues to explore. By expanding upon combined-arms content and features, we aim to create fascinating new opportunities for our community, and attract new players looking for a gateway to a massive military experience.

We're also looking to make longer-term investments (significant free updates, for everyone) that, we hope, help Arma 3 to continue to serve as platform for our community for years to come. To balance this effort - plainly speaking: to fund our project - we've prepared a number of premium packages and free updates, which translate our vision into real development.

GOALS

JETS DLC
Next year, air superiority jets will fight for control over our simulated skies. More details are forthcoming but, for now, we can confirm this package will be supported by a free platform update, with radar / sensor improvements as its stand-out feature. By adding more depth to threat detection and tracking, we aim to improve gameplay across the entire sandbox.

'ORANGE' DLC
This year, we opened a new studio in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. With the goal of gradually building up experience, work has started on a small project, codenamed 'Orange'. While the exact direction isn't final, we're very much interested in exploring an interesting and unique perspective on the battlefield. It’s shaping up to be a valuable, innovative addition to the platform!

MALDEN FREE DLC
June 22nd, 2017, will be Arma’s 16th anniversary. We plan to mark the occasion with a free DLC, featuring an island familiar to veterans of our series: Malden. Starting out as a small passion project, Malden 2035 re-uses many vanilla structures, vegetation, etc., to recreate this classic terrain. There’ll be an announcement related to this work in the coming weeks.

TAC-OPS DLC
Later next year, we aim to present players with a package of playable content: 'tactical operations' that focus upon challenging, replayable and authentic military gameplay, which makes the best use of our sandbox. This development is an opportunity for us to learn how to continue to support the platform, fund our project, and offer valuable new experiences for our players.

TANKS DLC
We round off this roadmap with an ambitious goal: overhauling the experience of armoured combat in Arma 3. This package will follow our well-established model: a set of premium assets, which bring something new to the sandbox, supported by platform improvements and additions for everyone, for free. We encourage our community to share their own wishes on the topic, too!

PLATFORM
Traditionally, instalments in the Arma series enjoy a long tail of support and, in turn, sustain an active player-base. Arma 3 stays true to this vision. Aside from the major releases outlined above, we're also assembling a robust tools roadmap to better serve our content creators. Furthermore, we've identified several new ‘platform’ improvements not yet associated with specific updates.

To provide a few examples: later this year, we'll publish 64-bit executables to Dev-Branch; work on a full singleplayer conversion of the 'Apex Protocol' co-op campaign starts soon; Tanoa structures will gradually receive additional ruins / interiors - and its splendid audio fidelity will be extended to all terrains. Naturally, we’ll discuss these things (and more!) in greater detail soon™.

Associated development is planned, too. We’ll continue to provide / expand public samples and documentation. The Arma 3 Units service will enjoy some modest UX improvements. Work with our partners on experimental ports is set to continue, too. Although this roadmap seeks only to provide a high-level outline for now, we hope you’ll agree, there’s much to look forward to!

FUTURE

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This is now our third post-release roadmap. Along the way, we've gained a lot of experience about what works well, and what doesn't. For example, we know that developing across multiple studios is tough! In part, multiple packages help us to manage that risk, grow experience in autonomous teams, and, ultimately, add value to the platform in a sustainable way.

We’re also looking beyond Arma 3. Indeed, some of the team have already moved onto new projects in support of the development of our next engine, 'Enfusion'. We aim to find a way to both invest in the future, and serve the diverse needs and passions of our existing community. With this roadmap, we hope to strike that delicate balance.

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26-10-2016, 10:23 AM
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RE: Arma 3 roadmap 2016-2017
arma is wel volledig overgestapt op de DLC route. Sommige dlc's zijn duurder dan waarvoor ik arma heb gekocht

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26-10-2016, 10:30 AM (Dit bericht is het laatst bewerkt op 26-10-2016 om 10:33 AM door zoog.)
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RE: Arma 3 roadmap 2016-2017
Vind het op zich niet zo gek. Continue gratis platform updates, tussendoor DLC om dat te financieren en om de zoveel jaar een grote expansion (Apex). Vind het op zich wel een prima model, maar het telt wel op inderdaad als je het allemaal los moet kopen (heb nu €70,50 uitgegeven voor alles, maar de kosten zijn dan ook wel weer uitgespreid over een aantal jaar).

Had wel graag nog een semi-grote expansion in de roadmap willen zien. Maar wellicht dat dit 2018-2019 wordt (als ze het nog van plan zijn)?

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30-10-2016, 01:28 PM
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RE: Arma 3 roadmap 2016-2017
Project Orange? hmmm... Smile

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30-10-2016, 05:46 PM
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RE: Arma 3 roadmap 2016-2017
Solliciteren als missiemaker, SiC! Wink

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