Arma 3 Now Available In Beta For Linux, Might Be Benchmarked
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 31 August 2015 at 12:57 PM EDT. 18 Comments
LINUX GAMING --
As expected, Arma 3 is now available for Linux gamers in beta form.

However, as shared last week, Arma 3's Linux future isn't entirely clear. The beta is now public, but based on sales and other factors will determine whether it will be maintained for the longhaul and graduate from beta.

Arma 3 retails for $59.99 USD via the Steam Store.

If any Phoronix readers trying it out are aware of a benchmark mode for the game, I'd be happy to buy the game and run some performance tests on different GPUs/drivers. So far in my research, there doesn't appear to be a clean way to run automated benchmarks.
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