Sniper Elite 4 is simply what its series has to offer best, and you can feel it from the first moments of gameplay as long as you’re familiarized with the other games. After deadly missions in Germany and Africa, Karl Fairburne now goes to Italy to show people who’s the sniper boss.
Sniper Elite 4 presents Karl’s struggle to liberate the Italian people from Fascism, and he won’t hesitate to use every dirty trick in the book for doing so. The guy uses melee kills, close combat, traps, and of course: his deadly sniper. The kill-cam has been improved even more, and the protagonist character now has silent bullets for all his sniper rifles. In order to get them, all the player has to do is search for them across the biggest maps that the Sniper Elite series ever had.
Rebellion announces Sniper Elite 4’s availability for Google Stadia
Google announced since July that Sniper Elite 4 is coming for the Stadia cloud gaming service, but the news is even more compelling once the developer of the game confirms it. Sniper Elite 4 becomes available for Google Stadia starting this week. The game was released in 2017, and it features pretty much any element that a gamer could want for a tactical stealth title. Behold the related trailer released for Stadia several months ago:
Set in the aftermath of its award-winning predecessor, Sniper Elite 4 continues the series’ World War Two heritage by transporting players across the beautiful Italian peninsula, from sun-drenched Mediterranean coastal towns, to colossal Nazi mega structures, daunting forests and giddying mountain monasteries inspired by Monte Cassino.
Sniper Elite 4 also becomes available for Nintendo Switch later this month, and it’s also playable on the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. The upcoming next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will also be capable of running Sniper Elite 4.