The military simulation ArmA 2 offers great graphics - besides helicopters and planes the character models and some textures are looking quite good, too. PC Games Hardware presents some worth seeing screenshots.
On July 20 ArmA 2 will finally hit the markets in North America. In Europe the military simulation had already been published weeks ago. The high system requirements for high graphics settings might be alarming for some users, but they also have a good side: On screenshots characters and textures look amazing when ArmA 2 is running at high video settings. User Jay.Gee took new screenshots that we don't want to keep from you. If you are interested in what the game can look like you should also take a look at ArmA 2: Maxed out fighter planes and helicopters
Only recently the North American publisher for ArmA 2
has been announced. The game is based on the third generation of the Real Virtuality Engine. The DirectX 9 renderer is able to get even high-end graphics cards to their knees (ArmA 2: Graphics card benchmarks and visual quality compared
), but also benefits from multi-core CPUs - as we have been able to confirm