Nov 16, 2016 02:17 PM EST
'Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3' Featured At PlayStation Experience 2016; First Play-through After Second Delayed Release Date [VIDEO]
Fans of the first-person tactical shooter were disheartened after the announcements that "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" and its release date was going to be pushed back. However, it seems that it is all worth it as fans can get to play the game for the first time at the PlayStation Experience 2016, according to sources.
It was recently reported that CI Games have announced that "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" will be appearing at the highly anticipated PlayStation Experience 2016, Niche Gamer has learned. Moreover, fans will be thrilled to hear that they've also made the game available to be publicly played for the first time.
It even seems that the buck doesn't stop here. The source also mentioned that fans who visit the game at booth B2300 at the event will not only get to play "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" for the PlayStation 4 but will also receive an exclusive in-game weapon skin.
CI Games' CEO Marek Tyminski also made a statement that they will also be giving fans an opportunity to win a high-flying top of the line quadcopter drone during the event, Niche Gamer noted. Tyminski said that they are definitely excited to be participating in the PlayStation Experience 2016 and showcase to their fans progress they've made with "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3."
This could only mean great news to its fans. Early on October, it was sadly reported to fans that "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" and its release date got pushed back to a ten-week delay, Polygon reported.
It was said that this was the second time the developers had to announce the game being pushed back to a later release date. It was mentioned by the source that Tyminski and the team will need a few more months to make sure they can deliver a game that is up to par with their fans expectations.
Only time can tell as fans get to see and play the game for the first time as "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" appears at the PlayStation Experience 2016.
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