Arma 3 developer Bohemia Interactive has laid out a development roadmap for the game's next 12 (or so) months, which will comprise at least two DLC add-ons and a major expansion next year.
Coming up first will be Arma 3 Helicopters, designed to add "depth and breadth" to the game's airborne chopper gameplay with new flying dynamics. It'll touch down for free in the second half of 2014.
Next up is Arma 3 Marksmen, which is set to add new high calibre and ranged weapons, plus brush up the game's shooting tech.
Finally, there's an expansion coming next year to significantly expand the game's sandbox features in its scenario editor.
"Although things can change, we've tried to reveal the parts we're most sure about and, of course, there's more in the works," Bohemia stated. "Often overlapping with our own wishes and desires, we're investigating a range of features based on public feedback, which we're trying to prioritise appropriately.
"Alongside our goal to keep the Arma 3 platform stable, we've got to take time and resource limitations into consideration; however, where we can implement innovative and valuable ideas, we will."