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Published on Jul 23, 2014
A guide on how to effectively employ bounding overwatch in Arma. If you like this stuff, as always, show the love through comments, likes, favorites, subscriptions, etc. Want to support me more directly? Check out my Patreon page at http://www.patreon.com/dslyecxi
Q: What server am I playing Arma games on, who are these people, and can you join? A: It's the private server for my community, Shack Tactical. As of 2014 we've been around for eight years, and I wouldn't trade it for anything - we have a fantastic memberbase and it makes for amazing gameplay in Arma and elsewhere. You can read more about us here: http://www.shacktac.com
Q: Does ShackTac play mostly coop or mostly PvP/adversarial in Arma? A: We do a mix of about 70% adversarial and 30% coop - both offer unique experiences and are a blast to play.
Q: How long have you been playing the Arma series? A: I've been here from the start, with my Operation Flashpoint experience beginning with the demo's release in 2001. I went into the US Marine Corps shortly after (no relation!) and in 2004 I started playing OFP in multiplayer. 2006 saw me found ShackTac, which started in OFP and then transitioned through Arma 1, Arma 2, and finally, Arma 3. I hope to continue this for a long time into the future, as well as share the ride with viewers like you, as corny as that sounds!
Q: I have a question about your channel or content that I haven't seen answered elsewhere - what's the best way to ask it? A: I maintain a blog where I've answered hundreds of different questions relating to ShackTac, Arma, etc - you can find that here: http://blog.dslyecxi.com I also answer questions in my comments routinely, as I enjoy that aspect of things. If I don't answer, please don't take it personally - there's a lot going on and I can't always get to everything. My channel followers do a good job of answering the more common questions, too, and I thank them for that!