Efter 128 dagar bakom lås och bom i Grekland kommer de tjeckiska Arma III-utvecklarna att få återvända hem.
Efter 128 dagar i grekiskt fängelse kommer de tjeckiska #Arma III-utvecklarna Ivan Buchta och Martin Pezlar att få återvända till sitt hemland. De släpps mot en borgensavgift på 5000 euro (~43 000 kronor).
It's really fantastic news, [I've] only just found out so I'm still in a little bit of shock. It is a huge relief, both personally and professionally.
Without Ivan, DayZ never would have come out; he was the guy that pushed for me to be bought over from New Zealand to work on ArmA 3, which is where I learned some of the engine interior I needed to make DayZ a success. He was the guy who was at the airport to meet me when I arrived, always smiling always cheerful. He was the guy who came to pick me up at the airport when the 'weight' of the success of DayZ had hit me while I was at E3.
Not having him around, and knowing that he was in prison, has really left a big hole that has been impossible to fill emotionally. If you haven't met Ivan before, you really can't meet a more positive, strong and wonderful person to work with. Martin is also a really wonderful guy to work with, it's going to be very emotional for everyone when they are home.
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