Sniper Elite 3 – Update 1.13 Introduces Sixth FREE Multiplayer Map

Man, Rebellion is doing its best to really spoil PC gamers. Instead of releasing a DLC pack like all other developers, Rebellion decided to remind us the golden days of PC gaming, and has been constantly releasing new MP maps for Sniper Elite 3.

Two days ago, the latest patch (1.13) for Sniper Elite 3 rolled out and introduced the sixth free MP map – called Fracture – in the ‘No Cross’ mode.

Here is the description for this brand new free MP map:

“This secret weapons factory built across a jungle chasm has been deserted for some time, abandoned to the snipers. Each team occupies an area on each side of the chasm – push up to the bunkers for a closer fight, or pull right back to the bridge for the longest shots.”

In addition, this new update improves reliability of “longest shot” and “player X winning” notifications which occasionally failed to appear, and fixes an issue with the benchmark level.

As always, this update will be auto-downloaded from Steam next time you launch the client.

Enjoy and kudos to our reader ‘Sean’ for informing us!

Sniper Elite 3 – PC Update 1.13 Changelog:

New Content

-“Fracture” – A new No-Cross multiplayer map, free to all owners of the game.

Bug Fixes

-Improve reliability of “longest shot” and “player X winning” notifications which occasionally failed to appear.
-Stop benchmark level occasionally failing due to prior co-op game.

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