The tactical shooter (Sniper Elite 3) is coming to next gen consoles as well as the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Rebellion and 505 Games revealed that the game will be scheduled for a 2014 release date. Neither gave a specific time frame or exact date, but all we can tell you is it will be out next year sometime.
The shooting game will be a follow-up sequel to Sniper Elite V2 which had massive worldwide success. The storyline will continue with “Karl Fairburne” who’s a elite OSS sniper during the World War 2 time-frame. The tactical shooter game is being developed by Rebellion Developments.
In Sniper Elite 3, players assume the role of an elite sniper named Karl Fairburne, who is deployed to North Africa during World War II. The game is set in a semi-open world environment, featuring vast desert landscapes and multiple mission locations inspired by real historical events.
The gameplay of Sniper Elite 3 emphasises stealth, precision shooting, and tactical decision-making. As a sniper, players need to carefully plan their approach, taking into account factors such as wind direction, bullet drop, and environmental conditions. The game features an advanced ballistics system that simulates realistic bullet physics, including the ability to perform long-range shots and execute satisfyingly detailed X-ray kill-cam shots.
Throughout the game, players will encounter various enemy soldiers, vehicles, and even tanks. The use of stealth, silenced weapons, and well-timed distractions can be crucial to successfully infiltrating army bases and completing objectives without raising alarm.
Sniper Elite 3 also introduces new features compared to its predecessors, such as more expansive maps, improved AI, and enhanced stealth mechanics. The game also includes a cooperative multiplayer mode that allows players to tackle missions together or engage in competitive multiplayer matches.
We’ll keep all of our readers up to date on any developments or story’s regarding Sniper Elite 3 throughout the year.
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