ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead download PC
ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead download is a standalone expansion to the tactical shooter from the Bohemia Interactive studio.
The action of the game takes place three years after the end of the conflict in Chernarus, and the players are relocated to the fictional region of Takistan. Their task is to fight under the aegis of the coalition forces led by the United States, and to bring peace to the territory which has been captured by the armies of Colonel Aziz the local anarchist. Over the course of the missions which make up the campaign, the players will command squads of special forces, an Apache attack helicopter, and an Abrams main battle tank. Of course, as in the case of the previous instalments of the ArmA series, the main command establishes the nature of your objectives, but in what manner these orders are carried out and achieved, is entirely up to the actions of the player.
The operations are taking place amongst the hills of central Asia. The specific elements which make up the gameplay mechanics are very similar to those known from the vanilla version of ArmA II. The production has quite vast battlefields, and offers the players complete freedom when it comes to the tactics and the way the consecutive orders are carried out. In addition, there is a large arsenal of available units ranging from infantry (including Czech and German special forces) to various military armoured vehicles. One of the main features of Operation Arrowhead is the option of using the AH-6X Little Bird unmanned reconnaissance helicopter, which is capable of tracking hostile vehicles and troops from a large distance. Bohemia Interactive studio has also expanded the list of modules in the mission editor, e.g. by adding an urban terrain generator.
The game is further distinguished by its precise recreation of the available weapon types, which have all been created based on their real counterparts. The developers have also introduced a thermovision system named FLIR, which recognises objects with higher temperatures with the consideration of vehicle elements, i.e. tracks, engines, armour.