Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2, an upcoming tactical shooter developed and published by CI Games, is set to launch for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on June 24 for $39.99. The game is the sixth entry in the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series and the sequel to Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts.
According to Steam, “Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 marks the most challenging entry to the acclaimed series yet, introducing extreme long-range sniping with targets over 1000m away. Featuring a dramatic single-player campaign set in modern day Middle East, experience high-pressure tactical combat, deep inside enemy territory.”
The physical edition of the game, which includes an exclusive weapons and skins bonus pack, is now available for pre-order at select retailers. The following exclusives are included with the game: Marcus Tactical, a light sniper rifle with enhanced stability, FFF-45 ACP Luring Pistol, a side arm with special luring ammo, and Two Weapon Skins.
In Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2, players take on the role of Raven, a contract sniper assassin, as he sets off on a new series of contracts in an anarchic region of the Middle East, near the Lebanese and Syrian borders. The mission is to depose a sinister criminal syndicate and bring them to justice.
“We’ve really tried to push every visual area. The engine had a big overhaul, but we’re still using Cryengine for this. The main thing we wanted to focus on was to improve our visuals, increase detail and bring down load times,” the game’s art director Rick Nath told Wcctech. “Since the game is built as a sandbox we don’t want to limit the options but we want to say that there will be a clearly easier and more difficult routes to execute each contract.”
CI Games, a game developer and publisher based in Warsaw, Poland, was founded in 2002 as a budget-range game company. The studio is best known for the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series and Lords of the Fallen, a third-person action RPG developed with Deck13 Interactive that was released for PS4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows in October 2014.
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