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'Sniper Elite 4' Trailer & Update: Highlights Karl Fairburne's Comeback; Gameplay Preview At 1943 Italy [VIDEO]


"Sniper Elite 4" protagonist Karl Fairburne shines as the best SOE operative in its trailer. Revealing more about its gameplay, developer Rebellion will surely enjoy great success in the release of "Sniper Elite 4."

Set in the fascist Italy backdrop, Karl Fairburne is definitely one of the most effective operatives, PC Gamer told. As a follow up to the "Sniper Elite 4" trailer released earlier this month, game developer Rebellion put the focus on Karl Fairburne's skillset.

The catalog of traits and mastery of skill show in the recent the "Sniper Elite 4" trailer makers Karl Fairburne the "perfect SOE agent." Although there has been no physical footage in the trailer like the teaser released in September. The reader has featured more physical component of "Sniper Elite 4" gameplay.

Moreover, "Sniper Elite 4" is the successor of the 2014 version. This time Karl Fairburne is set to take his lead to 1943 Italy to back up resistance from fascist invaders. This battle against the Nazi's will definitely put gamers in a very engaging experience.

"Sniper Elite 4" mission led by Karl Fairburne targets Il Duce's 20-year grip on the fascist nation. As Italy in this period is plagued by poverty, sickness and forced labor putting the lives of many innocent citizens on the verge of collapse. Thus, the game's main man will tap into the scene to free Rome from eventual downfall. This has been described by the game's production designer Colin Harvey.

For now, Rebellion starts accepting pre-orders ahead of "Sniper Elite 4" official release date on February 14, 2017, Play Station Universe reported. The game will be available for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, check out its recent release below.


This one is "Sniper Elite 4" September trailer:


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