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Nov
07
2012

Sniper Elite V2 gets FREE Multiplayer DLC on Console

Take your sniping experience to a whole new level. 505 Games and Rebellion are releasing online multiplayer support, free of charge, for the hit World War II action game Sniper Elite V2.

The Sniper Elite V2 Multiplayer Expansion DLC offers four all-new gameplay modes (Deathmatch / Team Deathmatch / Distance King / Team Distance King) across six maps (Mountain Pass, Quarry, Graves, OpernPlatz, Church and Kreuzberg) and supports 2-8 players via the Xbox LIVE® online entertainment network for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation Network.

In addition to the Multiplayer expansion DLC, a brand new weapons pack is available for use online and offline with the multiplayer expansion. Featuring the U.S. M1 Carbine with its improved rate of fire and high ammo count; German MP44 that boasts a high rate of fire and further effective range; and finally the high powered, British made Webley Mk6 Revolver with its very distinctive feel. All three weapons are available as a single download priced at 240 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360 and $2.99 for PlayStation Network.

Note: The Sniper Elite V2 Multiplayer Expansion DLC and weapons pack are available today on Xbox 360 and will be available on PlayStation Network on November 13.

“Rebellion is very excited to release this multiplayer support for console,” said Jason Kingsley, CEO of Rebellion. “We have always believed in supporting and building our games’ communities as best we can.  This is in part to say ‘thank you’ to dedicated gamers for buying our games and also to say ‘keep an eye out for our next big Sniper Elite announcement.’”

[box_light]Sniper Elite V2 is a third-person tactical shooter set in the dying days of WWII.  Published by 505 Games and developed by Rebellion for Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC, the game has been rated “M” by the ESRB.[/box_light]

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