- Arma 2: British Armed Forces offers the most modern british ground and air vehicles; all of them created with the strict attention to detail. Every vehicle in the game can be controlled by both players and AI alike and provides features authentic to each vehicle.
- A unique simulation of various types of vehicles.
- Various in-vehicle roles: commander, driver, gunner, assistant gunner.
- Accurate weaponry, including optics, tracer rounds and effects.
- FLIR thermal imagining mode and smoke, flares and zerooing options
- Speed differs according to type of surface.
- Vehicles differ in many aspects according to their real-life specifications (e.g. speed, sturdiness, fuel capacity).
- Dust effects when driving over certain surfaces, rotor downwash effects for helicopters and VTOL aircraft.
- Destructible wheels and limited partial destruction.
- Destroyed vehicles turn into wrecks, explode appropriately according to the amount of fuel and ammunition they contain.
- Burning and secondary explosions of wrecks.
- Some vehicles feature simple defensive countermeasures.
- Virtual Heads-Up Display in several aircraft.
The ATV (all-terrain vehicle) is a superb choice for any adventurer seeking for a suitable vehicle to travel across the vast arid landscapes of the central Takistan.
Jackal 2 MWMIK
The Jackal or MWMIK (Mobility Weapon-Mounted Installation Kit) is a combat vehicle used by the British army. Its primary role is the deep reconnaissance, rapid assault and fire support. Jackals serving in Takistan have increased survivability modifications and carry either mounted L2A1 HMG or GMG grenade launcher, both coupled with front-mounted GPMG.
The FV510 Warrior is an armoured personel carrier widely used used by the British army. The versions operating in Takistan received better protection, targeting system improvement and the modernized turret fitted with 40mm CTWS cannon.
The AH1 Apache is a four-blade, two-seat, twin-engine attack helicopter. The Apache is armed with a 30mm chain gun, guided anti-tank missiles and unguided rocket pods on four hardpoints. The chopper uses the double- and triple-redundant aircraft systems to improve survivability for both the aircraft and crew.
The AH11 Wildcat is a British multi-purpose military helicopter, successor to well-known AH7 and AH9 Lynx. The armament consists of the CRV7 rocket system and the 20mm automatic cannon, fitted for the role of battlefield utility helicopter, troop transport, or close air support.
The Chinook HC4 is a versatile, twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter used by many armies. Its top speed of 315 km/h was faster any comparable helicopter in the 1960s and even many of todays, another key advantage is a comparably high service ceiling, which makes it perfect transport chopper for the Takistani battlefield. The main use of this chopper includes troop movement, artillery emplacement and battlefield resupply.
The Merlin HC3 is a British designation for a AW101 medium-lift transport helicopter, capable of carrying two infantry sections to the battle. This helicopter has advanced protection systems, which increase the survivability of the chopper, crew and passengers on the battlefield.
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