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Tactical Satellite Feed By Leopard20 Trailer: Screenshots: Brief Description: Tactical Satellite Feed is an all-new mod for ARMA 3 that brings a "Door Kickers" style of gameplay to your single-player missions. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Long Description: Hello everyone! If you're a single player fan like myself, you've definitely noticed how incomplete and unreliable the AI movement is. They may not follow the exact path you want, or even worse, not move at all! Just put a couple of units on top of carrier or ship in the Editor, you'll see what I mean! 🙂 This mod, Tactical Satellite Feed, is designed to work around this exact problem. But that's not all there is to it! When I saw the potential for new features, I decided to make this mod look more complete, to the point that it's now a multi-purpose mod! This mod is inspired by such games as Door Kickers, Tom Clancy's game series, and of course the mod C2 Command & Control by our very own Mad_Cheese! Without further ado, let's jump straight to the mod features! I recommend that you watch the trailer first to get an idea of how the mod works and familiarize yourself with its mechanics. Features: - Top-down view of the battlefield. - Easy to use; simply draw paths using mouse - Set up anywhere and anytime with just a few clicks - Automatic path correction; minimizing micro-management - Move units on any surface and terrain, including ships/carriers. - Complete AI movement override; get them to do whatever you want! - Various functions, including: . Watch direction . Change stance . Engage targets . Mount vehicles . Go-codes . Sync movement . Supports Enhanced Movement by Bad Benson . Path recording; player records path for AI to follow . Fog of War simulation; unknown enemies become hidden Usage Instructions (MUST READ): The manual is already included with your download. Notes: Known Issues: (Likely) FAQs: Warning!!! This is a preview release! Expect lots of bugs! Use the mod at your own risk! Download: GitHub (always up-to-date) Armaholic (updates with delay) Source code: https://github.com/leopard20/Tactical-Satellite-Feed Installation: Credits and Thanks: @mad_cheese and @bad benson for the Enhanced Movement functions! Requirements: Community Base Addons (CBA)
Hello everyone, I just started playing ARMA 3 on my new pc, fixed the fps issues and now I have another problems, regarding game sounds. To begin with, while in single player missions or showcases, I can hear random car sounds, like a car passing right besides me, or even pulling up behind me, just because for me to run away from my position. These bugs also happen with helicopters and bullets. Now in multiplayer the story is a bit different, but yet kinda similar. I can hear tanks from a mile ahead of me, and the bullet sounds are just ugh... I can stand behind an enemy tank just to hear a suppressive enemy fire and not the actual tank's sound effects. I've been trying to find anyone with a similar problem, but yet had no results. If anyone have experienced this issue please let me know, or maybe this is the part of the game bugs. Anyway, thanks in advance!
Sirens is a single player survival mission influenced by Silent Hill, and powered by the Ravage mod. This short mission serves as a prelude to future episodes. Altis has been laid to waste....a strange malevolant force has taken over it's towns and villages. The distant wail of the Siren brings out the dead, shrouding everything in a creeping fog.... Only evil remains. Your main objective is to locate and destroy the source of the Siren. Your secondary objective is to live long enough to perform the main objective! This scenario is probably not without it's flaws, poor mission design and maladroit implementation, but like everything I create for Arma it's made with big love. But if you like sneaking around a village trying to avoid some badass Boss Zeds then this could be for you. Speaking of Boss Zeds, meet the guys... Credits: Haleks for the cool wandering Boss Zed code and generally being awesome. Kodabar and Tourist for kindly play testing. Download: Steam