Imprisoned ARMA 3 Devs Released On Bail

The two Bohemia Interactive developers from the Czech Republic who have been imprisoned in Greece since September on suspicion of espionage will be released on bail.

Martin Pezlar and Ivan Buchta will be able to return to the Czech Republic once they pay their respective 5 thousand Euro bail. According to a deputy ambassador, there are unconfirmed reports that both families have the available funds and are working to transfer the money.

While this is just a release on bail and not an end to the case, it’s an encouraging victory for the two devs. Court proceedings will continue, but with Greek judges on strike, no time frame can be provided.


via RPS

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1 Comment on Imprisoned ARMA 3 Devs Released On Bail

RakhiUKR

On January 16, 2013 at 5:41 am

Woah, there we go! DayZ standalone can finally get back going!