Bohemia Interactive has confirmed it will publish a stand alone game based on the ArmA II mod DayZ. The original mod will still be available and will also be updated.
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Bohemia Interactive has released the latest official DLC pack for its military shooter ArmA II. The pack, Army of the Czech Republic, is available to download for $11.99.
The idea that later became the popular DayZ mod for ArmA II actually started out as an idea for a miliary simulation for New Zealand, according to its creator Dean Hall.
Day Z, a zombie-themed free third party mod for the military shooter ArmA II, has become so popular that it has boosted sales of the original game in the past week.
A TV documentary shown on the UK's ITV channel this week mistakenly claimed that a video from ArmA II, the military shooter from developer Bohemia Interactive, was in fact live action video.