Armed Assault Demo Released!

Thanks to Lovell for the heads up.

A 850+ meg demo for Bohemia Interactive's Armed Assault has been released today! The demo which is a multiplayer only demo offers a small-ish portion of the main island of Sahrani. It supports CTF, Coop and the CTI game mode. Coop mode supports 1-8 players, CTF supports 1-16 players and the CTI mode supports 1-60 players. The demo limits the selection of weapons, vehicles and units you can use.

This demo is in English and uses Gamespy for the in-game server browser. There are around 30 or more servers now, and several of them are running CTI and full at this moment. So you will have plenty of people to play with. Unfortunately the game does not offer any in-game help or tutorials so there is a large learning curve to start with. Operation Flashpoint veterans may have an easier time, then again maybe not. Enjoy folks!

Link: Armed Assault Homepage | Neowin Forum Discussion
Download: Gamershell | GGMania | Fileplanet | Computergames.ro

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l am from Australia and have trouble getting jacket from the game A. army l cant put my state in or register it only for people that live in Usa and keep on sending emails for support but there is none no emails come back to me

Can anyone elaborate on their comments? I think it's a love-it-or-hate-it situation...

Personally, I think it still needs some tweaking (just like OFP did when it came out), but all-in-all, it looks quite promising and I look forward to the single-player campaigns (I'm not an online player).

I've been playing this game for 5 years now, so they must be doing *something* right. During that time countless other regular shooters came and went--in fact nowadays I'm totally put off by most shooters, despite looking prettier. I can't think of a single game with OFP's gameplay value.

After playing this for 2 days now i have to admit that the demo sucks! Bugs, Bugs and more Bugs. I however think it has plenty of potential if they fix the problems that were brought up in their forums.

Wow, the number of responses so far is staggering.

I hope the game is worthy of its "successor to Operation Flashpoint" status. Time to put all those Battlefield weenies in their place...