Enfusion engine is a new technological basis for future games of the development studio Bohemia Interactive and is based on 20 years of development experience. Realistically, it means nothing to us players if the games are going to be technically problematic, but this technology should eliminate just that.
This technology is based on two previous engines - Real Virtuality Engine, which is responsible for the Arma series, and Enforce Engine, which launched games such as Take On Mars and Carrier Command. With a bit of technical magic, Enfusion provides a flexible and multi-platform development environment that gamers, developers, and the team that creates content for their games should be happy with.
For the games themselves, this means even more compelling worlds, better optimization and performance in games, improved experiences, and even more opportunities to modify games. Currently, no game uses Enfusion yet, with DayZ using only one part. Also, the presentation of this technology did not announce a new part of the Arma series, but it was subtly mentioned that the new ARMA will come - one day.
More details about the technology itself can be read on the official website if anyone is interested in the development side. There is also a brief overview of what will await us on our screens in the future.