Bohemia Interactive’s open-world military simulator Arma 3 has officially entered open beta. Players can now pay to be a part of the early access beta on Steam.There are currently three payment options to get into the Arma 3 beta. £29.99 ($44.99) gets buyers the standard edition, while the £39.99 ($59.99) Digital Deluxe Edition, features a soundtrack, new maps, a guide, and Arma: Cold War Assault. Finally, there’s the Arma 3 Supporter edition, which costs £59.99 ($91.99), is only available on Bohemia’s website, and features everything in the Digital Deluxe edition, plus Arma X: Anniversary Edition, all future Arma 3 DLC, and a special forums badge.Anyone who participated in the Arma 3 alpha is automatically upgraded to beta status.