Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 – Latest patch adds “Chromatic Aberration” option, fixes various bugs

CI Games has released a new patch for its latest sniper action FPS game, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3. According to the release notes, this patch adds an option to disable Chromatic Aberration, and adds toggles for Sprint and Aim.

Moreover, this patch adds a new enemy model, features various tweaks for stealth kill animations, fixes a blur issue with maxed FOV slider,  and fixes an ammunition issue with Side arms.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 – Patch 1.3 Changelog:


  • Added „Toggle sprint”
  • Added „Toggle aim”
  • Added „Chromatic abberation” option in Graphics tab
  • Added „White dot” on Challenge 


  • Fixed bug that caused player to fall under the map in Escape of Lydia DLC
  • Fixed blocker in the Slaughterhouse mission
  • Fixed issue that occured after player skipped objectives during „Remains of the Day” mission
  • Fixed blur issue with maxed FOV slider
  • Fixed ammunition issue with Side arms
  • Fixed issue where player could get stuck in Lada
  • Fixed issue with drone jamming signal during „Cut Off” mission
  • Fixed issue with drone being used during Bookie sequence
  • SFX tweaks of falling tree during Prologue
  • Fixed issue with player not being able to destroy door with C4 during „Slaughterhouse” mission
  • Fixed AI despawn issue during „Blockout” mission
  • Added new enemy model
  • Fixed issue with missing information on controller layout
  • Fixed Brezatelya silencer image
  • Fixed FM-3000 UM ammo bag image
  • Fixed issue with player not being able to lure enemies with luring bullets after certain steps
  • Added proper animation of using extreme navigation at one of the POIs on Village map
  • Fixed issue with objective marker on documents from „Escape of Lydia” DLC
  • Tweaks for stealth kill animations
  • Fixed issue with player being unable to analyze all of the clues during „Remain of the Days” mission
  • Other minor bug fixes

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