Sniper Elite 3 Coming To The PC On June 27th

Rebellion has just announced that Sniper Elite 3 will be hitting PC on June 27th. Sniper Elite 3 will take players to the unforgiving, yet exotic terrain of WW2’s North Africa conflict, in a battle against a deadly new foe. Or at least that’s what the company claims. Those interested can pre-order it from here.

Here are the key features of Sniper Elite 3:

Expansive new environments – Stalk multi-route environments up to THREE times larger than levels seen in Sniper Elite V2. Never play a level the same way twice.
Adapt to any situation – Use stealth, distraction, sound masking and traps. Your approach. Your way. If things go hot, use the new ‘Relocate’ mechanic to slip into the shadows and find a new weakness in enemy lines.
New vehicle kill cam – Multi-stage destruction allows you to take out armoured cars, trucks and tanks piece-by-piece, before delivering the final shot. See vehicles disintegrate in intricate detail.
Revamped human X-ray kill cam – The acclaimed X-ray kill-cam is back and bolder than ever, including a detailed muscle layer, 3D mesh particles and a complete human circulatory system.
Tense adversarial multiplayer – Five extreme modes of competitive action, earn Medals and Ribbons as you play, gain XP across all game modes and become a true Sniper Elite!
Explosive co-op play – Play the entire campaign in two player co-op, or test your team work in two exclusive modes, Overwatch and Survival.

Rebellion has also released a new screenshot that can be viewed below.



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