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[[Arma 3 Helicopters]] is a paid DLC that was first announced on May 1st, 2014. The DLC includes a wide range of features, including sling loading, two new helicopters and Firing from Vehicles (FFV). An updated flight model, commonly called RotorLib, has also been included. This flight-model is an upgraded version of the flight model seen in [[Take On Helicopters]]. RotorLib is entirely optional and players still have the possibility to choose between RotorLib and the old flight model, which has been present since [[Arma 2]]. A wide variety of free content has also been pushed out with the new game version, which added the Arma 3 Helicopters DLC, including free new time trials, skin variants and multiple game-changing features.
  
Helicopters is an Paid DLC for Arma 3 that was announced on 1st May 2014 and is planned for release on 4th November 2014.
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===Main Features===
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[[Arma 3 Helicopters]] main features, in a short list:
  
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* CH-67 Huron, a BLUFOR Logistical Support helicopter intended to lift heavy loads.
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* Mi-290 Taru, the OPFOR equivalent of the CH-67 Huron.
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* Showcase Sling Loading
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===New Content===
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===Supporting Content===
*RotorLib helicopter flight model<br>
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The supporting content is provided free of charge alongside the Helicopters DLC. Some of the content may still require ownership of the DLC.
*[[Arma_3_CfgVehicles_EAST#O_Heli_Transport_04_F|Mi-290 Taru]] - CSAT coaxial rotor heavy lift helicopter <br>
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*[[Arma_3_CfgVehicles_WEST#B_Heli_Transport_03_F|CH-67 Huron]] - NATO tandem rotor heavy lift helicopter<br>
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* VR Training for Helicopters
*[[Arma_3_CfgVehicles_CIV#C_Heli_Light_01_civil_F|M-900]] - Civilian variant of the NATO MH-9 Hummingbird
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* Five new Time Trials (Four exclusive to Helicopters DLC owners)
*Sling loading and rope<br>
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* ''Support'' Multiplayer mode
*Firing from vehicles
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* Variety of Steam Achievements
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* Optional RotorLib flight model.
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* Wide variety of new objects for mission makers, such as landing pads or ropes.
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* Firing from Vehicles, where seated passengers are able to fire their guns inside a vehicle.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 20:34, 4 November 2014

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Arma 3 Helicopters is a paid DLC that was first announced on May 1st, 2014. The DLC includes a wide range of features, including sling loading, two new helicopters and Firing from Vehicles (FFV). An updated flight model, commonly called RotorLib, has also been included. This flight-model is an upgraded version of the flight model seen in Take On Helicopters. RotorLib is entirely optional and players still have the possibility to choose between RotorLib and the old flight model, which has been present since Arma 2. A wide variety of free content has also been pushed out with the new game version, which added the Arma 3 Helicopters DLC, including free new time trials, skin variants and multiple game-changing features.

Main Features

Arma 3 Helicopters main features, in a short list:

  • CH-67 Huron, a BLUFOR Logistical Support helicopter intended to lift heavy loads.
  • Mi-290 Taru, the OPFOR equivalent of the CH-67 Huron.
  • Showcase Sling Loading

Supporting Content

The supporting content is provided free of charge alongside the Helicopters DLC. Some of the content may still require ownership of the DLC.

  • VR Training for Helicopters
  • Five new Time Trials (Four exclusive to Helicopters DLC owners)
  • Support Multiplayer mode
  • Variety of Steam Achievements
  • Optional RotorLib flight model.
  • Wide variety of new objects for mission makers, such as landing pads or ropes.
  • Firing from Vehicles, where seated passengers are able to fire their guns inside a vehicle.