Sniper Elite V2 Remastered sees the 2012 release completely overhauled, reworked for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Rebellion has released two sequels in the series since this release, making this entry more noticeably lacking when compared to its successors. In my eyes, Sniper Elite: Berlin 1945 deserves the remaster treatment the most. For what Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is, is really good. It may feel basic, but it offers up a really defining-era shooter that makes sniping fun and interesting.
505 Games and Rebellion today announced the upcoming release of The Sniper Elite 3 ‘Ultimate Edition’ including the award-winning thrilling tactical shooter plus additional DLC content in one explosive package. This expanded experience is designed to give players everything they need to traverse the unforgiving yet exotic terrain of North Africa as they embroil themselves in a savage conflict against Nazi Germany’s elite Afrika Korps and infamous SS Special Forces. The Sniper Elite 3 ‘Ultimate Edition’ will be available March 10, 2015 for $29.99/39.99 on PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4/Xbox One respectively.
Independent UK developer Rebellion has promised a significant announcement in the coming week for its award-winning World War II shooter series, Sniper Elite. With Sniper Elite 3 releasing June 27th, gamers might be surprised to hear that the upcoming announcement is not about its forthcoming title, while the teaser artwork released only features the series iconic eagle motif.
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a thing that probably shouldn’t exist. But it does, and it is a very fun and solid, cooperative-focused shooter. Unfortunately the “sniper” part of the game is rarely used how it should be, making the rest of the game feel disjointed and out of place, given its already ridiculous premise.