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Post by Eorl @ 01:26pm 06/03/14 | 3 Comments
505 Games and Rebellion have revealed those who pre-order Sniper Elite 3 will receive a bonus mission called “Hunt the Grey Wolf”, where players will have a shot at once again assassinating Adolf Hitler, a feature that seems prevalent in the Sniper Elite series.
Hitler, Allied code name “Grey Wolf”, and his double have embarked upon a clandestine trip to the Libyan port town of Tobruk in 1942. In order to prepare for this mission, and that crucial final shot, you must infiltrate the ancient streets and crumbling rooftops of the German-held town using stealth and distraction. Featuring an expansive open environment, and randomized target identities, journals and locations, no two playthroughs will be the same. The question is – can you tell fact from fiction, the real target from the double?
The latest chapter in sniper-infused series, Sniper Elite 3 takes players to the unforgiving yet exotic terrain of WWII’s North Africa conflict in a battle against a deadly new foe. The title is set to hit shelves June 27th for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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Posted 03:40pm 06/3/14
not sure how much more legs it has in it, but this sounds nice
Posted 05:26pm 07/3/14
typical WW2 sequel formula - 1st you do western front then eastern then Africa maybe even one in the Mediterranean then you can do the east maybe japan. Works well usually. New scenery keeps the same shoot em stuff fresh enough

as for this game i liked the SP games, didn't like the zombie thing so much but i never played it co op which is what i think it was more aimed at

When it comes out im going to give it a shot,,, hehe shot.
Posted 05:52pm 07/3/14
Perhaps we're not far off inventing time travel and these games are about training an elite sniper army to overwhelm his defences by sheer volume.
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