Bohemia Interactive is letting people buy ArmA III well ahead of its release date later in 2013, and they also get to play an early alpha version of the military shooter right now.
VidOn TV Box: the world's only Android TV box with Blu-ray menu navigation - review
Are you impressed or depressed with Windows 10 for phones?
Enter here to win a Chromebook Pixel and more!
A closer look at the Surface 3 "Full HD Plus" display
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge unboxing and first impressions
galaxy s6 edge
Bohemia Interactive has now admitted its military shooter sequel ArmA IIi won't be released this year as originally planned but offered no specific new launch date, saying only it would be out in 2013
Developer Bohemia Interactive now says that the two ArmA III team members who were arrested on spy charges in Greece were on holiday, rather than conducting research into the upcoming military shooter