SAS Secure Tomorrow

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Third party DRM: Securom

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A perfectly organized terrorist group has rescued their leader from a high security prison. Now, SAS steps in. At the time, nobody expected the situation would get so much out of hand. Join the elite military formation and support them in the fight against terrorism. Perfect training and cutting-edge equipment give you advantage over any enemy.

  • Take part in missions in such places as: a prison taken over by riot, a financial center in London, ice deserts of Greenland or an underground nuclear reactor.
  • Switch your M4 rifle from assault to sniper mode anytime during the game.
  • Use the standard SAS equipment, including nightvision googles, M84 flashbangs or S10 gas mask.
  • Using the element of surprise and stun grenades, eliminate enemies and save the lives of hostages.
  • Compete with your friends in multiplayer mode – up to 16 players in three playing modes.

Customer reviews


Well it looks nice.

sycomantis1991 | June 4, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »

SAS is a pretty mediocre Rainbow Six/Counter Strike knockoff. Controls are wobbly, aiming is frustrating, and all stealth missions turn into gunfights. It's poorly executed, but it is decently cheap. When you can still but the Rainbow Six: Vegas games or Global Offensive, it's still not worth the purchase.


Budget game but great fun

britishlad | May 7, 2013 | See all britishlad's reviews »

Your probably thinking "why did this guy rate it 70????" Why because A it was only £2.99 and B is was great fun for a budget game. Don't have high expectations and expect call of duty productions. lower your standards and enjoy! The game has dated graphics, rubbish cutscenes, terrible voice acting and can be completed in 2-3 hours however the gunplay is VERY satisfying and the weapons are fun to use. Now all these budget shooters from City Interactive are the same (same guns, same engine etc) So if are ever going to buy one get this one


SAS Uninstall Tomorrow

RageAid | April 28, 2013 | See all RageAid's reviews »

SAS Secure Tomorrow is a Squad Combat First Person Shooter. The Story is nothing special your part of the "Elite" SAS Unit ("Special" Forces to me) and theres 2 terrorist that your tracking down blah blah boring. Your weapons include what you expect Ak-47,M4 Carbine and Sniper Rifles, you have your standard frag grenades and stun grenades,lastly you have night vision and gas mask (which is used in like one mission).Graphics are bad especially for 2010 there were really good looken games that year (Medal of Honor 2010 for example although not the best game).Now the AI...... is just a damn tease your squad members might as well be mentally challenged because sometimes they don't even shoot the enemy there could be like 10 guys and out of those 10 they would probably kill 1 of 10 because they see them and there like whatever then i shoot like 9 and there like "O maybe we should shoot those guys".Now the enemy on the other hand can throw a grenade across half the map and kill you -_- (keep in mind i played on hard and my team mates still were stupid). Should you get this game Hell No! i beat that story mode in 2 hours and theres no multiplayer or any other feature just skip this one in fact pretend it does not even exist! -RageAid



maciej2601 | Aug. 30, 2012 | See all maciej2601's reviews »

SAS: Secure Tomorrow is organized by the Polish company City Interactive game action from a first person perspective. Based product derived from a FEAR-Jupiter EX engine enables us to put yourself in the elite SAS soldier and, as is the case in a series of SWAT and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six, able to fight the most dangerous terrorists of the world. Good, but only good.


SAS Secure Tomorrow

mevidek | Aug. 19, 2011 | See all mevidek's reviews »

SAS Secure Tomorrow puts you in the role of an SAS Operative fighting various terrorist organisations. Not very good graphics, an awful, flawed multiplayer, and glitchy singleplayer make this one a loser. If however, you like these types of games then I would recommend it.