All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Bohemia Interactive’

DayZ Developer Diary Shows Game Creator Doing Motion Capture

The last month or so has been a bonanza for gamers following the DayZ standalone game project. The zombie survival game has received regular progress updates including a video presentation of several in-game systems. Today’s update isn’t a huge info-dump, but fans of the game will be pleased to see that DayZ creator Dean “Rocket” Hall is putting himself into …

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Latest DayZ Update Includes a Fashion Show

The last developer update on the upcoming standalone version of DayZ included just about everything fans of the game could want to know. Dean “Rocket” Hall revealed that many of the proposed overhauls are complete and that others are being worked on. What the last update did not include, however, was a video of gameplay. This week’s update on the …

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Arma 3 Map Name Changed Following Greece Arrests

Bohemia Interactive today announced that it will be changing the name of the main island featured in its upcoming Arma 3. The island will now be known as “Altis,” rather than “Limnos.” The name change comes after two Bohemia developers, Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar, were arrested in Greece last September under charges of espionage and spent 129 days in …

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DayZ Standalone Gets a Huge Progress Update

It turns out that the sparse info about the upcoming DayZ standalone game released earlier this month was just a small taste of what the developers have been working on. Today, Dean “Rocket” Hall took to the DayZ tumblr blog and provided a vast amount of details covering everything from the game’s new server architecture to customizing characters and weapons. …

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Day Z Developers to be Released From Greek Prison

The Czech media is reporting that Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar will be released on bail and allowed to return to their home in the Czech Republic. The video game developers have been imprisoned in Greece since September 2012 on charges of espionage. The two were vacationing in Greece and were arrested for allegedly photographing military installations on the Greek …

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