Here are 11 minutes of new gameplay footage from the E3 2019 demo of Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts

IGN has shared a new video, showing 11 minutes of brand new gameplay footage from the E3 2019 build of Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts. Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts aims to deliver tense, mission-based scenarios with CI Games’ best sniping ever.

In the single player campaign, players dive headfirst into tailor-made contract missions that offer a clear main objective with a fixed monetary reward, and have the option to complete secondary objectives for bonus payouts.

Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts distills the core sniping gameplay that series fans have come to love, offering dense, more focused maps that reward tactical thinking. With a wealth of optional objectives to complete, the combination of open-ended missions and emergent gameplay ensure these scenarios are wildly replayable. Couple this with the intense environmental obstacles presented by the harsh, modern-day Siberian wilderness, as well as hundreds of ways to take down a wide range of targets, and Contracts offers sniping gameplay at its absolute best.

The game is planned for a 2019 release and will be powered by a more optimized game engine, minimizing load times and maintaining a stable FPS, keeping players grounded in the rich, moment-to-moment sniping gameplay.

Enjoy!

11 Minutes of Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts Gameplay & Developer Commentary - IGN LIVE | E3 2019

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