Arma 3 developer Bohemia Interactive has €500,000 (about $683,000) set aside for modders who participate in its Make Arma Not War contest.
Prizes ranging from €20,000 to €200,000 will be available across four categories: Total Modification, Single-player Game Mode, Multiplayer Game Mode and Add-on.
"Building upon the Arma series' strong heritage in modding, we're challenging people to deliver their best work yet," the contest's official site explains. "With cash prizes ranging from €20,000 to €200,000, spread across four different categories, this is your opportunity to move onto the radar of hundreds of thousands of Arma 3 players. And even when you're not competing, you can still participate by helping contestants, supporting projects, and boosting morale.
"Make Arma Not War — Let's take it to the next level."
Press play above to see Bohemia's animated pitch for the contest.
Earlier this week, Bohemia announced that content for the second installment in Arma 3's episodic single-player campaign would be released in December and January. For more on the soon-to-be lucrative military simulation shooter, be sure to read Polygon's Arma 3 review.