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Argo (formerly known as Project Argo) is a free-to-play multiplayer conversion of a military simulator ArmA 3 and was developed by Bohemia Interactive Studio.


The game takes place on a fictional island of Malden where the players fight over a crash-landed satellite.
Malden is a 62 square kilometer island and is a new iteration upon Bohemia Interactive classic map design. The island features both urban environments and wide open plains.


As far as the gameplay goes, Argo does not differ much from the base ArmA 3 as it is just a toned down version of the game. Two teams of PMCs oppose each other in the featured game modes.

The game features several game modes. Both PVP and PVE modes are available in the game. Apart from that, Argo allows the players to create their own game scenarios using the ArmA 3 scenario editor which has been severely watered down.

Three competitive game modes are present in the game: Clash, Link, and Raid. In Clash, two teams fight over territory control. In a round of Link, your objective will be to capture several control points before your enemy breaks the link between the points. And last, but not least, Raid where one team sets out to find a data terminal which can be spawned at one of three locations, while the other team has to defend it.

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Bohemia Interactive
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8 / 10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz or AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2.5 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT / AMD Radeon HD 5670 / Intel HD Graphics 4000 with 512 MB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible on-board
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8 / 10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD FX 4300 or better
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series with 2 GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible soundcard
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      Argo reviews and comments

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      Microsoft from Deutsch
      Have just looked in briefly. In itself, it works well for a free Game. Neck Arma three as stripped-down "fun" mod. Where fun doesn't seem quite the right Word. The few Players on the Servers were striking, but may or hopefully (depending on the Time) are at the Time. But it strikes me as a real Criticism not to be able to log in Via Steam. That means (if I don't want to create an extra bohemian account) that I can't make some settings that are quite game relevant. Let's see if that gets fixed. The last Point makes it to me on any case madig. Unfortunately. That is why my Judgment is negative for the time to come.
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      Unfortunately, the Game was killed! The Game was top for older Players! When I started you had to Score points and thus Weapons erlvln .. You have liked or have liked yourself. This has required a certain Teamplay. Months Ago, every Player was booted to max-level ... This had to follow that the whole Teamplay went. You don't have to revive any more because you don't need any Points either way! It didn't matter how many times you die .. In the past, no one was allowed to die and there were 1000s EXTRA! Draw The Emphasis on bad PVP Mode was wrong, in my Opinion! DA HASTE MAX-LEVEL and hau pure! This has left all the Air and Motivation out of the Game ...
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      First of all, I absolutely can't understand 90% of The criticism, I tell you why: Criticism 1-Little FPS: I don't know what potato PC people play Argo on, but with me and also with Friends it runs continuously on 50-80 FPS. Anyone who can play Arma 3 Can also play Argo. Perhaps some people should also go to the Config in Argo and set various subtleties like There are enough Videos of Arma. Criticism 2-Buggs: This is the only Point where I agree with most, it is really annoying after 20 Minutes of Playing and Winning or Even Losing the Match, NO POINTS to get thanks to bug. Also it happens that a Player needs a little more Shots than usual (but This is not altoo often) he likes to change the Loadout just like that at the Respawn (This One the People I think with "Have only 1 Magazine to the Spawn") because you just have to look at every Respawn Whether the correct Loadout is loaded. Review 3-Killed By Team Mates: Oh no! You were killed by Teammates probably on a Hardcore server where you don't have to see the Mate but you have to pay attention to the uniform, well so the Game is like That, if you want to play a Game where you always see who is friend and Foe then play Call Of Duty my e Booklets. Not everyone immediately has the right Eye to begin and recognizes the Mates Immediately, otherwise "Taste M> Player> Players of the TK't> Players Kicken" I can only speak for Me and friends that it's a super game next to Arma 3 King of the Hill-Exile and how they're all scolding themselves. If the Bug has been fixed that you always get your EXP after finishing the Match, then everything fits so far, the rest comes by itself.
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