Sniper Elite III

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A high level target has arrived in Tobruk for a surprise visit, but your intel paints a conflicted picture. Could it really be the Führer, or one of his rumoured doubles? With time running out you must infiltrate the city, pick your location and decipher the crucial ‘tell’ in time.

With an expansive environment, randomised clues and SEVEN different ways to take down the Grey Wolf, no two playthroughs will be the same!

About the Game:

Observe. Plan. Execute. ADAPT.

The latest chapter in the award-winning series, SNIPER ELITE 3 takes players to the unforgiving yet exotic terrain of North Africa in a savage conflict against Germany’s infamous Afrika Korps.

Stalk your targets through the twisting canyons, lush oases and ancient cities of the Western Desert in the deadly rush to sabotage a Nazi super-weapons programme that could end Allied resistance for good.

Use stealth, planning and execution to hunt your targets – whether human or machine. From signature long distance kills, to melee takedowns, distractions and explosive traps, you are as deadly up close as you are from afar.

It must end here. You are the turning point. Because one bullet can change history...

Key Features:

  • Award-winning gunplay – Experience celebrated rifle ballistics honed to perfection. Take account of distance, gravity, wind, even your heart rate for intensely satisfying third person combat.

  • Expansive new environments – Stalk huge multi-route levels with multiple primary and secondary objectives than can be tackled in any order. Never play the same way twice.

  • Real tactical choice – Adapt to any situation. Use stealth, distraction, traps and sound masking . If things go hot, use the new Relocate mechanic to slip into the shadows and start the hunt again on your own terms.

  • Revamped human X-Ray Kill cam – The acclaimed X-Ray kill-cam is back and bolder than ever, including a detailed muscle layers, 3D mesh particles and the complete human circulatory system.

  • New X-Ray vehicle takedowns – See vehicles disintegrate in intricate detail with X-Ray vehicle takedowns. Multi-stage destruction allows you to take out armoured cars, trucks and Tiger tanks piece-by-piece.

  • Tense adversarial multiplayer – Five unique modes of online competitive action. Earn Medals and Ribbons as you play. Gain XP across all game modes, customise your character, weapons and loadout. Become a true Sniper Elite!

  • Explosive co-op play – Play the entire campaign in two player online co-op, or put your teamwork to the ultimate test in two dedicated co-op modes, Overwatch and Survival.

  • Customise your experience – Veteran or Rookie, play your way. Turn off all assistance and turn up the AI, or customise the experience to your preferred playstyle. Tweak the regularity of X-Ray kill cams, or turn them off all together.

Customer reviews


Really better than th previously

garocco | Feb. 8, 2015 | See all garocco's reviews »

Sniper Elite 3 takes place somewhere in Africa and the character is that typical soldier with a shaved head. The missions are very long the difficulty is higher, since you can not be cured completely when you hide, but only partially. Destroy vehicles is not as easy as before, and require about 3 shots at some specific point to be destroyed. The character although well designed, has no striking emotional and seems not to care about anything. The soundtrack is almost absent and only appears in times of stress, which leaves the most eager player. For those who played the previous titles I certainly recommend this as it is with many improvements in all aspects. The graphics, sounds, landscape and the missions are better now.



Tranya | Jan. 10, 2015 | See all Tranya's reviews »

Everything in the game works well as well. I have not encountered anything game breaking or that unappealing. If the game is too easy, there is a mode that makes all bullet ballistics and physics 100% realistic, which believe me, makes the game MUCH harder. The AI wasn't anything spectacular, but nothing horrible either; it got the job done. I feel like there was a good mix of sniping and stealth, combined with "going loud" action. Voice acting was a little cheesy, but it fits the theme and time of the game.


Solid But A Few Things Hold It Back.

DBOT187 | Aug. 10, 2014 | See all DBOT187's reviews »

It's a pretty enjoyable and solid action game. The bugs and graphical glitches hold it back (i've been able to lodge myself into terrain, enemies have magically appeared in front of me when they were over the other side of the map, grenades have teleported to in front of me when I threw them 5 minutes earlier)


Solid entry in a solid series.

PrimalHunter779 | July 30, 2014 | See all PrimalHunter779's reviews »

Sniper Elite 3 is the highly anticipated entry in the Sniper Elite franchise. I am a big fan of this series, and I even enjoyed the somewhat repetitive Zombie Army titles. I was hoping for an enjoyable romp through a slightly larger world with improvements to the stealth and sniping mechanics. Rebellion certainly doesn't disappoint. You play as Karl Fairburne, a US Sniper dropped into Africa during World War II to combat the Afrika Korps stationed there. You'll navigate through gorgeous rendered canyons, valleys and deserts to complete your objectives, and Rebellion has done an excellent job in the graphics department. I was never once disappointed by the visuals in this game, and was wowed at every opportunity. The levels are also quite large, and there are also optional objectives to complete during a main mission. These include tasks such as assassinating a visiting colonel, sabotaging a German fuel depot and eliminating enemy tanks. While not particularly original, these objectives are fun to complete and provide a nice XP boost. Gameplay has a number of mechanics designed to create a good sniper game. You have items such as stones and flint that you can use to distract enemy soldiers, as well as a silenced pistol to kill enemies discreetly. You can loot these corpses for items before moving their corpse to another location, which is a relatively unseen feature in modern shooters. Another stealth mechanic is the ability to create noise with other items so you can fire your rifle without being detected. On the subject of sniper mechanics, this game excels. The gory x-ray kills are back, and you can witness your bullet shattering bones and puncturing organs in fantastic HD glory. Bullet drop and wind speeds are an added factor to sniping, which makes each kill that more satisfying. Despite being a solid game overall, Sniper Elite 3 has a number of flaws. Enemy AI is fairly inconsistent, and will go from spotting you easily to being blind to your movements and visible corpses. The amount of bugs in this game is quite baffling, but most have been fixed due to frequent patches. Not a game breaker, but definitely frustrating if you're not a fan of bugs and glitches. Overall, Sniper Elite 3 is a solid entry in a solid series. It improves over its predecessor, but still has the dull story and characters retained in the series. Despite this, I'd recommend this game for the huge levels and enjoyable mechanics. 8 / 10


a bit short but still an improvement

on2wheels | July 13, 2014 | See all on2wheels's reviews »

I won't bash the game but I can't give it a 100 like some other reviews, simply because there are glitches that really shouldn't have made it to the final game. take xray cam for instance; they pride themselves on it and still it won't work in coop mode which they also brag about. The coop was a huge selling point for me and after convincing my coop partner to also preorder from GMG we both were disappointed that xray cam doesn't work in coop. Aside from a few other small bugs (FOV is tighter in SE3) that may be fixable in patches, this is still a solid game for stealth fans, so if you like run n gunning, stay away from this and even SEv2.
They did improve visuals, and the new setting in Africa is a nice relief. More levels or DLC missions are much needed however.