Sniper Elite 4 - Nintendo Switch
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- Genre-leading sniping defined by advanced, Authentic ballistics
- An expansive campaign featuring massive maps and Boundless strategy
- Trademark X-ray Kill cams, including melee and explosive takedowns
- Iconic Ww2 weaponry; Sniper rifles, pistols, smgs, traps, grenades and more
- Upgrade and customize your skills and weaponry as you progress
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Niper Elite 4 is the most widely acclaimed entry in rebellion's sharpshooter series, which has sold more than 20 million units worldwide. It continues the series' Heritage of thrilling world War two action, taking players to the lush Mediterranean landscapes of Italy, 1943 where the Resistance fights to defeat a terrifying new threat to the Allied fightback. Sniper Elite 4 combines emergent Stealth action with unrivalled sniping freedom in huge maps brimming with tactical possibilities. Switch owners can look forward to: genre-leading sniping defined by advanced, authentic ballistics an expansive campaign Featuring massive maps and Boundless strategy trademark X-ray kill cams, including melee and explosive takedowns iconic Ww2 weaponry; sniper rifles, pistols, smgs, traps, grenades and more upgrade and customize your skills and weaponry as you progress tactical traversal mechanics; Climb, hang, shimmy and leap across maps! And much more
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Though some problems remain. Sometimes the kill shot cut scene is a bit sporadic. I mean you line up a shot, it's perfect and it results in a wound, so you fire a second shot just hoping for the best and the cut scene activates.
Another small issue I found is with the new ability to climb structures and move sideways along ledges etc. It's a nice new addition and it does virtually nothing for the game. Nothing at all. I've used it, yes. But there seems to be nothing in game that makes any difference or even a purpose to being able to do this. I've found structures I could climb but only after finishing the objective and discovering that it basically doesn't matter.
It's still a fun game if you like this sort of thing. There are new kill scenes for melee kills, the enemies converge on you quickly and in numbers if they know where you are, and it's fun planning traps for them. I've been hit with some sort of air strike or rocket attack for failing to relocate after being found. There is a lot of new stuff in here. The developers have made an effort to keep us coming back, and I would say it's worth it after finishing sniper 3.
The character is still a bit annoying but that's ok. I am fairly happy with this one.
Update. So, about eight hours play. That's how long the campaign lasted for me. On medium difficulty setting with lots of creeping around, it's not especially difficult.
I have been messing around the with online co op with strangers, and it does add an extra dimension to the game. You will need a switch online membership to play. It's ok but mostly it's just the two or more people rampaging around with caution to the wind. You can revive one another if you are badly Injured but it's largely chaotic, yet sort of fun.
Planning on trying some of the dlc next.
Reviewed in the United States on 22 January 2021