iZurvive – Map for DayZ & Arma 5.31.0 (Mod)

iZurvive – Map for DayZ & Arma 5.31.0 (Mod)

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MOD Information of iZurvive - Map for DayZ & Arma

App Name iZurvive - Map for DayZ & Arma
Package Name com.innovaptor.izurvive
Version 5.31.0
Rating 8.0 ( 31270 )
Size 11.6 MB
Requirement Android 4.1+
Updated 2019-11-28
Installs 1,000,000+
Category Apps, Tools

Description: iZurvive - Map for DayZ & Arma Mod Apk (unlimited money/coins) download

Now with Arma 3 support!
iZurvive provides you with DayZ and Arma 3 maps, lets you place tactical markers (player positions, tents, meeting points,..) on it and automatically shares those markers with the friends in your group – without the need for accounts, a registration or other services! Furthermore it provides a loot-map for DayZ.

Finding and coordinating your team in the huge open world of DayZ and Arma 3 has never been easier!

Features:
– High-resolution offline map of Chernarus+ (DayZ Standalone) Satellite / Topographic
– High-resolution offline map of Chernarus, Taviana Origins, Taviana and Namalsk (DayZ Mod)
– High-resolution offline map of Tanoa, Altis, Stratis, Malden, Dingor, Fallujah, Kunduz, Lingor, Lythium, Malden, Porto, Sahrani, Takistan, Takistan Mountains, Taunus (Arma 3)
– Lootmaps for all DayZ Standalone maps
– Map fully zoom- and scrollable
– Easy coordination of your team
– Share tactical markers with your groups
– Different marker types: player position, vehicle, tent, meeting point
– Join groups
– No registration or account necessary

Note that you will need to download at least one high-resolution map (Chernarus, Taviana,..), which will be stored on the SD-Card.

For any questions, or if you feel that we should really have a certain feature in the next version, please contact us: support@innovaptor.com

This app is for non-commercial use only.

ARMA 2™ is a trademark of Bohemia Interactive
DayZ created by Dean “Rocket” Hall, © 2012-2013, http://dayzmod.com

The map of Chernarus is for games by Bohemia Interactive (ARMA, ARMA II,…) and was obtained from publicly available sources.
* Added Chiemsee map