Rebellion is preparing to take us back through the 2012 classic that set the par for realistic bullet physics, combat, and intense situations should feel like in a game. Now, they’re bringing the remastered experience to all current-gen platforms, including Nintendo Switch. Here’s a first look at the remaster.
Today, Rebellion has confirmed the upcoming release of Sniper Elite V2 Remaster along with the platforms it will release on along with news of a special discount ahead of launch on the digital version ahead of its release.
Along with the news came a brand new graphics comparison trailer, which highlights the changes made including lighting, animation, particle effects, along with HDR and 4K capabilities (for PC, PlayStation 4 Pro, and Xbox One X), ahead of the games May 14th, 2019, release date.
The company has confirmed that Sniper Elite V2 Remastered will also feature, along with the graphical enhancements, updates to gameplay features, enhancing the game across the board and bringing it into the modern era of gaming. The game will feature all previously released content, including seven new playable characters from the Zombie Army series along with a new frame-by-frame photo mode, and even expanded multiplayer experiences with 16 other players.
Additionally, those who pre-order it today will get a special 10% discount off the $34.99 price tag. Additionally, those who already own Sniper Elite V2 via Steam will have the option to upgrade their original edition of the game to Sniper Elite V2 Remastered for $9.99.
But how does this version stand out from its predecessors? Take a look at the official comparison trailer down below.
Sniper Elite V2 is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on May 14th, 2019.
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