After opening up their alpha phase to the world through an early access purchase, Bohemia Interactive has today announced that their military simulator ArmA 3 will be making its way to beta come June 25.
According to PC Gamer
, the new additions to the beta phase include new arsenals and vehicles to test plus new scenarios that will offer a co-op and multi-team, wave-based defense scenarios. A new "Independent" faction that consists of military native to Altis and Stratis was also mentioned.
Steam Workshop support will also be getting a re-design for ArmA 3, with the ability to upload player-created missions to Steam Workshop through a direct integration in the ArmA 3 missions editor. Note though that this feature may not be available during the beta, but it is a confirmed feature for launch.
No official release date has been set yet for the release of ArmA 3, but you can now jump into the current alpha stage for a cheaper price of $32.99 on Steam
, with the price expected to increase come beta and eventually launch.