Sniper Elite 4 is easily one of Rebellion’s best titles and also one of the best tactical stealth games ever made. The fourth major iteration of the Sniper Elite series continues the adventures of Karl Fairburne as he infiltrates himself through Italy. The famous kill-cam, which is also the Sniper Elite series’s trademark feature, is still there, along with other exciting elements: melee kills, traps, booby trap bodies, and many more.
Sniper Elite 4 easily brought to the fans what its series had best, along with major improvements: Karl can now climb, squat run, shoot enemies with a silent sniper, and more.
Available on Nintendo Switch starting November 17th
Sniper Elite 4 was already available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. That availability is extended for Nintendo Switch consoles by the developer Rebellion, and you can feast your eyes on the related trailer below:
The Steam description for Sniper Elite 4 is conclusive enough:
Discover unrivalled sniping freedom in the largest and most advanced World War 2 shooter ever built. Experience tactical third-person combat, gameplay choice and epic longshots across gigantic levels as you liberate wartime Italy from the grip of Fascism.
If you want to play Sniper Elite 4 on Nintendo Switch consoles, you should know that it will cost £34.99 starting on 17th November. There’s also a 10% discount for those who pre-order the game via Nintendo’s eShop, bringing the price down to £29.74.
Sniper Elite 4 made its debut in 2017, and the series itself began way back in 2005. The very first Sniper Elite game allowed the player to guide a soldier around in an environment that was destroyed by the Second World War. The kill-cam allows the player to see the bullet flying in slow motion towards the enemy as it pierces through his organs, bones, and so on. The same recipe is applied in all titles of the Sniper Elite series.