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Topic: Watch This - Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts Pre-Launch Trai...
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
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Location: Sydney, New South Wales

The upcoming sniper-sim (never thought I'd type those words), Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts drops for PC, PS4 and Xbox One this November 22, and in celebration of that, the team at CI Games have put together a little video diddly highlighting a few of the new and unique parts of this latest from the shadows FPS.

Notably, and as made very clear, the game will feature dismembement alongside more realistic sniping physics that take into account things like wind, distance and bullet drop.
Experience pure sniper gameplay across the harsh terrain of modern-day Siberia in a brand new contracts-based system that encourages strategic thinking within engaging, redeployable missions.

    Play as a paid contractor, an assassin for hire with hundreds of ways to take down a wide range of targets. Beware rival snipers who won’t hesitate to disrupt your best-laid plans.

    Open-ended missions that deliver strong redeployment options to complete objectives and collect cash to redeem for upgrades and rewards. Show off your stealth kills and execute silent takedowns to be rewarded for strategic, quiet play.

    Battle the brutal wilds of Siberia, Russia and fight to survive the intensity of snow-covered mountains, lush forests and secret bases hidden deep in the mountainside.

    Enhanced Scope Mode offers the most realistic experience of intense sniping with a wide range of targets and hundreds ways to kill.
Watch the pre-launch trailer embedded below.

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