Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts E3 2019 Gameplay Revealed

Ci Games has brought Sniper Ghost Warriors: Contracts to E3 2019, which should come in as no surprise. But attendees there had the chance to play the upcoming sniping game that is due out this year, and you can now see what the 2019 iteration has in store.

Although I’m not a fan of the 2017 version of Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, and if you aren’t fond of the next installment because of said version, the devs behind the game stated they have improved upon all of the previous game’s faults in the forthcoming sniping and DMR-based title.

Still on schedule to release across PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One, the next Sniper Ghost Warrior game aims to deliver a tense world, and mission-based scenarios in crafted levels to build up “immersion.”

In addition to crafted content, the single-player campaign lets players experience tailor-made objectives that offer clear and concise missions that are accompanied by secondary objectives.

Furthermore, Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts still hones in on its past core sniping gameplay in maps that aren’t open-world but dense enough to reward tactical thinking.

With all of the aforesaid out of the way, you can check out YouTuber Centerstrain01‘s exclusive gameplay for Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts from E3 2019. The below video that contains some cometary leans heavily on the stealth side:

As for content and features, Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts flaunts an enhanced scope mode that adds “realistic experience of intense sniping” to the game, a redesigned in-game HUD and UI with a tactical tagging system, an arsenal of new gadgets to play with including drones, remote sniper turrets, sticky bombs, and toxic gas, along with a team deathmatch mode (and other online modes too).

Lastly, the devs have tweaked the game engine and optimized it to reduce load times in an attempt to keep frames-per-second stable — unlike issues found in the 2017 version. Anyway, Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts is set to hit PC, PS4, and Xbox One this year.

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