|«|| Walk, swim, drive, fly, and sail your way across 100 km² of South Pacific island terrain.|
Home to lush tropical vegetation, unique landmarks, a rich history, and imposing man-made feats of modern engineering, this 100 km² South Pacific archipelago is built to bolster authentic combat on a massive scale. Tanoa’s varied locations, such as the rainforests, volcano, shanty towns, sugar cane factory, and industrial port, cater to all scenario types. Whether it’s to conduct an all-out assault, a small-scale covert op, jungle warfare, or anything else suited to a South Pacific setting – Tanoa is the destination of choice. Your next adventure awaits.
Official ArmA 3 website
The name of the archipelago comes from the Fijian word "tanoa" which translates to "bowl" in English. Its namesake stems from the main island itself resembling the shape of a large bowl.
Points of interest
- Tanoa's landscape (at least for the main island) is largely inspired by the Oceania country of Fiji in the South Pacific. Some parts of the in-game city of Georgetown for example, are even based directly on real landmarks in Fiji's capital of Suva.
- While it isn't the first official tropical island terrain in the series (a position occupied by Sahrani in ArmA: Armed Assault), it is the first of its kind to feature thick rainforest jungles and shallow mangrove environments.
|Playable terrains in ArmA 3|
|Altis • Livonia • Malden • Stratis • Tanoa • Virtual Reality • Weferlingen|
|Apex DLC | Global Mobilization - Cold War Germany | Contact DLC|
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