‘Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3’ Release Date, News & Update: Gameplay Less Linear, Navigation Enhanced But Premiere Deferred Again?
Fans of "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" will be disappointed to know that the premiere of the first-person stealth shooter has been delayed again. Initially, CI Games announced that its release will be on Jan. 27 next year, but now it has been moved to April 4.
Marek Tymiński, CEO of CI Games, said in a report, that they want to make sure that the game will meet the expectations of the fans. He is asking for understanding among the fans as their goal for the game is quite ambitious. Read on to know what are in store for players of "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3."
Just like its predecessor, "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" is a modern first-person tactical shooter but it is designed to be less linear. Among the three series, this is the only one with an open world. Players can freely explore the world with "war crimes" which are different activities and side missions. The open world feature also brings a realistic weather system and day and night cycle.
CI Games is proud to say that "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" is ideal for amateur players, but also tactical for the hardcore players. There are three different pillars in the game, namely target, execute and survive. Players are given the options how to combat the enemies. They can either use stealth in gun and run style or simply take advantage of the weapons and gadgets to snipe the enemies.
Drone is the newest addition in "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" that can be used as a hacking device against the enemies' electronic gadgets and weapons, and of course, to create distractions. However, the drone can also work to the players' disadvantage as it can alert the enemies when they spot it.
"Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" navigation is greatly enhanced as there are already climbing ledges, free running, repelling and even parkouring which is like a military obstacle course training. Safe houses will also help players as they navigate the open world.
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