It was earlier this week that ArmA III developers Martin Pezlar and Ivan Buchta were released from a Greece prison on bail. Well now some even better news, the Bohemia Interactive developers are heading home after 128 days in prison. They have returned to the Czech Republic, with DayZ creator Dean Hall confirming this by tweeting out a picture of the two arriving in a Czech Republic airport.
Pezlar and Buchta were finally granted bail after the Czech Republic government got involved and talked with the Greece Prime Minister. A few days later the Prime Minister allowed the two developers to post bail to get out of prison.
Unfortunately, Pezlar and Buchta still have some work to do they will still have to stand trial for “allegedly” being spies. If convicted, they could face up to twenty years in prison. But for now they are back home with their families, which is great news in an otherwise terrible story.