Okay so look, we don't have some fancy co-op or interview right now. We're working on it. But if anyone knows anything about the 89th MEU, currently the CBIRF detachment is the only active team, and you've probably met all of us already. However, I wanted to take the time to describe what it's like working with the 89th MEU CBIRF team for those who are still curious about the 89th MEU and our involvement in DayZ.
It started out, one sunny day, when we heard the news break for DayZ on console. Then, next thing we knew, angels descended from the sky with a scroll, prophesizing the creation of our Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Incident Response Force... Okay, perhaps that's a bit far fetched. However, the idea was so perfect, it might as well have been true. The 89th MEU, down on our luck after a long drought in recruit onboarding, and pressed for time, finally stumbled upon the answer to all of our problems: DayZ!
Once we tested the waters, and saw the endless possibilities (bugs aside) that the game had to offer, we couldn't resist. We immediately began filing our ranks back in line, and establishing a structure in preparation for a total revamp in our MilSim team. Since then, the 89th MEU CBIRF team has been freeing towns from local terrorist cells, wiping out the hordes of undead plaguing the lands, and helping those down on their luck with medical aid and provisions.
Most importantly, however, is that the 89th MEU is back in town, and ready to kick some more ass. Join us today and see what separates us from the rest. Stay safe; stay dangerous!