Military sim Arma III will be launching later than originally intended, but the good news is you'll be able to try it out relatively soon in alpha form and help make it that much better. After this year's E3 in June, developer Bohemia Interactive is planning on bringing the game in this early stage to fans, and later in 2012 in beta form.
The alpha version will be limited of course, but will let modders begin preliminary work and give everyone the chance to offer feedback.
The goal, project lead Daniel Musil says, is to deliver a polished product at launch (unlike with what you've seen in past Bohemia games). He notes you can look forward to a much higher degree of accessibility and usability (without dumbing down the long-term depth, sounds like), more realistic animation and visuals, greater map scale, and improved multiplayer.
In the meantime, check the new unfortunately not 1080p screenshots below.