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  • Today we are proud to announce the release of RFI-4 for America’s Army: Proving Grounds. Please note that with this release all players’ map statistics will be reset. No other player stats will be affected. The update is LIVE NOW on Steam, so be sure to check that your client is downloading this latest and greatest version. Click here for the full release notes detailing all the changes.

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  • Built with an extraordinary attention to detail, with mission re-playability as the primary focus, Intercept is the latest and one of the finest America’s Army: Proving Grounds maps ever developed.

    Intercept charges each team with a simple objective for mission success; Assault must extract the missile component, while Defense must prevent that from happening.

    The map offers Assault many ways to approach the objective while at the same time affording Defense excellent over watch and ambush positions.

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  • The RFI-4 update to America’s Army: Proving Grounds includes a new map (BDX Intercept EX), weapon drop & pickup and adjustments to the way weapons work when aiming down the sights.  Bullets will do less damage at long range (depending on the weapon) as the bullet loses velocity.  The character models and a few weapon models have also been updated.

    Weapon Drop & Pickup


    • Players drop their weapon upon being secured or once they can no longer be revived.

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  • With RFI-4 we are adding a new OBJ carry model (backpack) and new Rifleman and Automatic Rifleman skins. The other roles will be getting the same updates in the future!

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  • Since we launched the open beta of America’s Army: Proving Grounds in August 2013 we have been working hard to add features to the game and make changes based on feedback from the community. Below are details on the major changes released over the past year.

    New Mission Environments

    Harbor Assault

    Harbor Assault is positioned at a key Czervenian port.  Holding this area is critical for maintaining control over the country’s trade and sea lanes.

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