America’s Army: Proving Grounds is a squad-based tactical FPS that attempts to mimic true realistic military combat. The FPS offers impressive visuals and encourages players to work together in order to complete the objective based scenarios. Proving Grounds is completely free (no cash shop), with players able to access all available equipment from the loadout screen..

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  1. bladezmen00 on November 23, 2013

    how do u turn on the hitmarker

  2. Cacalips on October 7, 2013

    Tried installing from steam 3 times. I get in, get to the server choice. Launch…acts like about to launch no go. Crap. Uninstalled. No urge to try again. XD

  3. better then bf4 ob on October 6, 2013

    or at least comparable.

  4. Vemy on October 5, 2013

    This seems better than COD(My Personal Opinion COD suckers :P) hehehe

  5. Hado123 on October 4, 2013

    So this is like an Ender’s Game type game :P, the army is funding it and its supposed to be as realistic as it can, next thing u know we start blowing up an alien race.

  6. Shank on October 4, 2013

    I discovered this game by chance on steam. Although it may not offer many modes, it will definitely appeal to the more competitve players

  7. NastyBen on October 4, 2013

    Its a nice game. But i have a question. Is the full-free-thing just for the beta or it will be that way even after the release?

    • Anonymous on October 4, 2013

      America’s Army has always been free-to-play.

    • Dylan on October 4, 2013

      All weapons in the game are free and you dont need to pay for weapons,clothes,… Everyrhing is free on the game.The game is paid by the army ive readed somewhere :p

      • M-16 on October 4, 2013

        I belive you’re right as I read somewhere that this game was meant to be some kind of a PR tool for the american army, so they’re funding it. so it’s completely F2P

  8. r0ck3t on October 4, 2013

    Mounted 🙂

    seems like its worth to check out.