If you are fan of Rebellion's scope based, Slo-mo Nazi hunt-a-thon, Sniper Elite 4 then you will be very pleased to hear that from today, (April 25th) not only will you be able to download the second chapter of the "Deathstorm" DLC but also get a brand new Urban Assault Expansion pack and a huge FREE update full of content and gaming. DEATHSTORM PART 2: INFILTRATION is the second chapter and mission in the new three-part campaign for Sniper Elite 4 for 1-2 players. You take on the role of Karl Fairburne, an agent who has recovered the ‘Deathstorm’ package. As ... Read More »
Anyone who has ever played any kind of shooter is familiar with the sniper. A sniper can be your worst nightmare of the guy camping in the back of a map picking you off. It could be the amazing player running around and quick scoping your life away. Or maybe it's even that awesome jumping amazing no scope that leaves you scratching your head #360NoScopeYOLO. However there is an intelligent art form that comes with real world sniping. Things such as wind speed, gravity, distance, and even the curvature of the earth can play a factor in a sniper's shot. ... Read More »
We've always had a soft spot for Rebellion's Sniper Elite franchise - a plucky underdog that, game after game, squares up against its triple A shooter rivals. Despite each game's flaws, the Sniper Elites have always been fun to play, with melodramatic storylines, jumping out of the hedgerows to stab Nazis and, of course, those x-ray cam kill shots. All things considered, what Rebellion's accomplished over the years with a budget the faction of the size of the big studios is remarkable. Our personal favourite, Sniper Elite V2, was a tense, urban affair, while Sniper Elite III opened up sight lines but proved ... Read More »
Sniper Elite has been a fan favourite since its first release on the original Xbox way back in 2005 (I loved it) this brilliant 3rd person Sniping simulator really stood out in the sniping genre based on its realism, this was attributed to the wind, speed, gravity and velocity that you needed to learn in order to get those fantastic headshots at long range. I for 1 enjoyed it when I got that long range shot when the camera follows the bullet all the way to its target and goes into x-ray mode completely destroying the poor enemy's skull!! So you ... Read More »
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