Sniper Elite V2 – The Landwehr Canal DLC Pack
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Requires the base game Sniper Elite V2 on Steam in order to play.
"The Landwehr Canal Pack" provides another brand new single-player mission and three new weapons. The Landwehr Canal mission tasks players with taking out three German generals as they convene in night-time Berlin.
This challenging mission requires players to devise their own plan for success, and provides a stern test of skill, cunning and ingenuity. The pack also grants access to two new sniper rifles: The Lee Enfield Mk. III and the Japanese Type 99. The addition of an MP44 SMG rounds out the pack.
New mission and guns, but that's it.aerionmagnus | Aug. 15, 2013 | See all aerionmagnus's reviews »
I've been playing Sniper Elite V2 for quite some time now and bought all its DLCs - this one, The Landwehr Canal Pack, focuses on singleplayer mode as it gives player an access to a whole new mission and three new weapons.
The mission might seem simple at first, but it is quite interesting and demanding - you will have to assassinate three German generals in Berlin and this won't be easy. The pack will also give you access to weapons such as Lee Enfield Mk. III (sniper rifle - made in Great Britain), Japanese Type 99 (sniper rifle - made in Japan) and famous MP44, a German SMG gun.
I liked the DLC. Weapons are fun to use and the mission is hard. Recommmended for singleplayer gamers.
Great mission with much freedommahon | Aug. 14, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Sniper Elite V2 – The Landwehr Canal DLC Pack is an expansion that will bring joy to every stealth gamer's heart. It adds another single player mission and some new guns to Sniper Elite V2. This time you will be operating in Berlin at night and your mission will be to eliminate three enemy generals. The good thing about this mission is how much freedom was left by the authors - the scenario is not very linear although its goals are strictly defined. The choice of a method is left up to the player and I must say there are really many approaches possible, and the classic sniper approach is obviously possible as well. I think this is the way such missions should be designed!