Arma 3 developers arrested for spying on military in Greece

ARMA 3 developers arrested for spying on military in Greece.

Two employees of Arma 3 studio Bohemia Interactive were arrested after taking photos and film of military installations in Lemnos, Greece, it was confirmed by Bohemia CEO Marek Spanel on the developer's official forums.

The two developers stated they work for the studio and were compiling footage for ARMA 3.

"This is true," wrote Marek. "We prefer this topic not to be discussed on our forums atm, at least until we know more specific details about the case so I am going to close this topic and our moderators are going to close any related dicussion here, thank you for understanding."

Set in the mid-2030s, ARMA 3 will take place on the Aegean islands of Lemnos and Stratis of Greece in the Mediterranean Sea, where the United States Army's 7th Infantry Division are attempting to hold off an Iranian offensive. ARMA 3 is scheduled to release to PC in Q4 of this year.

We have contacted Bohemia Interactive for further information on the situation and will update when it becomes available.

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