Whether your poison is slithering through shrubberies clutching a silenced SMG, surprising far-away insurgents with a .50 cal sniper rifle, ferrying mates to firefight in treetop-tousling helos, or carving up convoys with torrents of depleted uranium, the gloriously seamless ARMA is your man.
Yes, you can find far more detailed AFV and aircraft recreations elsewhere, but choosing a more specialised sim means foregoing all that freedom and depriving yourself of some of the prettiest vistas in Simulatia.
Notes: Discovered ARMA’s amusing ‘attach to’ command yet?
Simming at its purest, OMSI isn’t particularly interested in artificial rewards or punishments.
Most importantly, they changed forever the way we thought about tractors.
Later the gorgeous ARMAs came along, confirming the glaringly obvious – a well-executed mod and MP friendly soldier sim stuffed with crewable vehicles could be a wondrous thing.
That greatness is rooted in beautifully observed physics and sumptuous sound, but it also owes something to structure and setting.
Creators Marcel Kuhnt und Rüdiger Hülsmann have painstakingly recreated a small portion of the Berlin of their youth.