Sniper Elite 4 is the best sniping game I’ve ever played, and is absolutely the high point of the series. This is a perfect example of what can be achieved if a developer understands what their game’s potential is, and never stops working towards it. Rebellion has made huge leaps forward with every new entry in this series, and they’ve finally reached a point where the results are flat-out incredible. I can only imagine the great things they’ll accomplish in the future.
A lot of games tout the ability to “play how you want to play,” but Sniper Elite 4’s missions and mechanics actually are robust enough to back up that claim. Picking apart the Nazi war machine piece by piece, using whatever plan comes to mind, is a blast. The way it encourages you to stay mindful, experiment, and get better is a refreshing vote of confidence, even if it doesn’t always reward the extra effort you’re putting in.
Sniper Elite 4 is much better than we expected, and not because we expected something mediocre, but because Rebellion has delivered a very-well executed adventure, very enjoyable and satisfying. We'd like some original additions and a better story, but that's pretty much it.
Sniper Elite 4 is a game for stealth enthusiasts. Setting up the perfect kill from a huge distance after sneaking past a base full of Nazi soldiers feels rewarding and earned. However, the scenarios fall flat, and the scope of the game is fairly limited. Attempts to offer more options and extend its lifespan don’t really pay off, but it’s still satisfying to shoot someone’s eye out.
At first I thought it is only about sniper but this is not true. What makes this game amazing for me is its online. You can play camping with your friends and in your own way. You want to sneak and play it as stealth game TOGETHER. Or you can to enter a gun fight with a Full auto smg. Or you can take them out using snipers. The freedom in this game is amazing and the more amazing is that you can play it online.
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Very good game but pretty short for its price. You should probably buy the DLC if you're gonna get the game, as it adds decent missions. It's very good at what it does, but I wish there was more substance to the game, unfortunately it gets repetitive, so despite being short, I didn't really wish for more levels after finishing the campaign and DLC. I can't say I did much stealth here; in fact Far Cry 3 felt a lot stealthier! You can sneak and melee finish an enemy, you can throw distracting stones, but the mechanics is very underused, you are not encouraged at all to do it. I was also not motivated to replay the game on harder difficulties; only played on normal. I would have given a higher score if it was not so overpriced. Only get on deep sale.
Quite disappointing after a few hours of gameplay. The mechanics are a bit clunky on PS4. The story and the writing is really bad, you don't care about any of the characters in the game. Even though you're playing as a sniper, not enough good maps, interesting locations or ways to kill. Ending was anti climactic. Generally would not recommend as the game is quite boring, unless you're a hardcore fan.
SummaryWelcome to Italy, 1943.
Set in the aftermath of its award-winning predecessor, Sniper Elite 4 continues the series World War Two heritage by transporting players across the beautiful Italian peninsula, from sun-drenched Mediterranean coastal towns, to colossal Nazi mega structures, daunting forests and giddying mountain monasteries in...