Sniper Elite V2 Summary


Sniper Elite V2 Review

A shooter with limited scope.

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Sniper Elite passes ten million sales worldwide

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It turns out that people just can't get enough slow-motion replays of rifle rounds entering spleens - Rebellion has announced that its Sniper Elite series has surpassed 10 million sales worldwide.

CEO Jason Kingsley announces the news in the video below, and thanks fans for their support. It's also the Sniper Elite series' 10th anniversary, and the studio is planning a month's worth of celebrations. What form this will take isn't yet clear.

Sniper Elite V2 is Free on Steam for 24 Hours (UPDATE)

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Why did UK developer Rebellion advise its social media followers not to buy WWII shooter Sniper Elite V2 last week? Because it's available for free on Steam from today for the next 24 hours, and what's great about this is that if you download it within the mentioned time period you get to keep it forever.

"Don't buy Sniper Elite V2 this week", says developer Rebellion

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UK developer Rebellion has advised its social media followers not to buy WWII shooter Sniper Elite V2 this week. Yep, that's right, a developer is telling you NOT to buy their game.

"We'd advise against buying Sniper Elite V2 on Steam in the next few days," the studio posted on Facebook , "but we WOULD advise scoping out potential snipers to play with ... news soon." What could it all mean?

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army series passes 500k milestone

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Rebellion has announced their Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2 has now passed over half a million sales, and are celebrating the good news for the spin off series with a 75% off discount bundle.

It has proven successful enough that the studio now has console versions in development, which isn't just a "re-package of the first two games" as it has new content.

Sniper Elite 3 announced, Rebellion focus on things "didn't have time to do before"

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505 Games has announced that Sniper Elite 3 is in production, with developer Rebellion returning OSS sniper Karl Fairburne to duty. They want to focus on making it "more of a sandbox game" in WW2.

They aren't dropping the "awesome X-Ray Kill Cam" either, but will develop it further. The tremendous success of Sniper Elite V2 lets them be even more ambitious this time around.

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