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Sniper Elite 3 Latest News

Is Sniper Elite 4 in the works?

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Oh, Sniper Elite. What would we do without your in-depth exploration of long-distance assassination? How would we make do without your hyper-violent portrayal of ballistics versus human flesh? What reason would we have to go on without knowing there’s another sequel in development?

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 3 gets free singleplayer shooting range DLC‏

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Think you're a good sniper? Well, you can test out your marksmanship skills in an upcoming singleplayer mode for Sniper Elite 3, the Shooting Range.

The Shooting Range offers four sharpshooter challenges and new achievements for every weapon in the game, from rifles to SMGs and pistols.

Three new pieces of Sniper Elite 3 DLC released on Steam, including Save Churchill finale

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Three new pieces of DLC for Sniper Elite 3 have emerged on Steam, including Save Churchill: Confrontation, the final entry in the three-part series.

Also available are a couple of multiplayer goodies - a free map, Night Watch, and the return of Capture the Flag mode.

Enter the Belly of the Beast in Sniper Elite 3 DLC

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Rebellion has released the second episode of its Sniper Elite 3 DLC campaign, Save Churchill Part 2: Belly of the Beast. Unlike the last episode, this one is set in an entirely new level.

You're off to the mountains of Morocco, where the Nazis have a hidden facility for creating experimental weapons and interrogating high-profile Allied prisoners.

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