Bohemia Interactive bringing ArmA 3, others to E3 2011

Bohemia Interactive, the developer of the acclaimed military simulation ArmA series, has announced they’ll be bringing three new titles to E3 2011, including ArmA 3!

The Czech developer will also show off the long-awaited sci-fi action game Carrier Command: Gaea Mission and the helicopter sim Take On Helicopters.

More details on all three titles can be found after the break.

Bohemia Interactive’s E3 Lineup

ArmA 3 (PC) – the latest installment in the successful tactical mil-sim series, ArmA, combines the strength of its predecessors with radical engine improvements. ArmA 3 will provide players with a unique experience of sandbox-oriented combat gameplay set in the most detailed and vast environment of the series. Players will fight through a story-oriented campaign by taking control of a multitude of aircraft, vehicles and ships; shooting anything from pistols to sophisticated weaponry.

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission (PC) – The ground-breaking 80’s classic is back in this highly-anticipated next generation experience. Players will be treated to an immersive journey with an engaging story in the vast, free-roaming environment that spans 33 unique islands in 6 different climatic areas. Players will battle over air, land and sea in this exciting combination of the 1st and 3rd person action genre with strategic elements where the exploration and mastering of tactics is key and the thrill of a successful fight will spur the player onward to a victorious experience like no other.

Take On Helicopters (PC) – The upcoming all-new helicopter game is built on 10 years of experience with the development of complex military simulators. Immersing players in beautifully rich landscapes and an authentic helicopter experience, players will prove their flight skills in exciting challenges while mastering authentic roto-wing flight dynamics and creating their own missions.

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