Sniper Elite 4 Deathstorm Update Detailed

Sniper Elite 4

Sniper Elite 4 is the latest in the renown sniper FPS series, and last month, the game launch on consoles, including the PS4. Since then, the team has been working on a major update for game, one that would include a new campaign in single player mode and a new multiplayer mode. The team took to the PlayStation EU Blog to give more details on it.

The Deathstorm campaign is the first in a three-part set of stories that take place after the events of Sniper Elite 4. The mission is a spin the famous/infamous Manhattan project, and you’ll play once again as Karl Fairburne as he has to steal key items for it.

In the first part, which is the update that’ll be arriving soon, you’ll infiltrate a Naval Base in Italy to get a package that is called Deathstorm. The problem is that due to recent attacks by Allied Forces, the base is damaged, and as such, there are numerous Nazi soldiers keeping watch over things.

Sniper Elite 4

Your mission will be to get the package, as well as complete other tasks such as blowing up the base itself to ensure nothing can come of it.

As for the multiplayer side of things, an Elimination Mode is being added. The mode is very simple, you’ll be put into teams that can have up to 12 players, and the goal is to make the opposing teams’ number go to zero. Once you’re killed, you are out, unless one of your teammates kills someone, then a “dead” player can return. What this makes is not only a frenzy of bullets but a strategy when the odds are against you and you can only bring back one ally after a kill, making you choose who is best to help win it all.

The Deathstorm update will launch next week, and you can get it in the PlayStation Store, or if you have the Season Pass.

 

 

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