Arma 3: Laws of War DLC Announced; Includes New Faction, Story Missions, and More

Arma 3 is getting a ton of new content in the upcoming Laws of War DLC, including a new faction, new story missions, new outfits, new vehicles, and more.

on August 11, 2017 12:11 PM

Developer and publisher Bohemia Interactive officially announced the latest DLC for its game Arma 3, which is titled Laws of War, and it includes a slew of new content.

First off, Laws of War is set to introduce a brand new faction named the International Development & Aid Project (IDAP), which is tasked with responding to humanitarian disasters. This new faction will include brand new outfits, as well as other tools, roles, and supplies.

Secondly, players will be able to try their hand at the new Remnants of War mini-campaign. In these story missions, you will take the role of a IDAP officer named Nathan MacDade. Players will have to deactivate mines that were hidden after the war in the Republic of Altis and Stratis.

New vehicles will also be joining the game in the form of an IDAP van, and a drone. In fact, players can participate in new time trials with both of these vehicles.

A myriad of new gear will also be joining the game. Although the complete list of items is unknown, the DLC will include new safety gear, messenger bags, hard hats, press helmets, ear protectors, and a paramedic outfit.

Finally, a free update for the game will also be released in tandem with the Laws of War. You can check out the full list of features for the update below:

  • New Cluster Strikes
  • Custom leaflets
  • Two Showcase senarios
  • New medical supplies
  • New Steam Achievments

A brand new trailer for the DLC was also released. You can check it out at the end of the article.

Arma 3: Laws of War is set to be released sometime in September of 2017, however a more specific release date, and a price, was not revealed.

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