The other major takeaway is the announcement of "the next major title in the Sniper Elite series". Unfortunately, Rebellion has stated that more details surrounding this release will not be revealed until 2020, which is fine considering all the new tasty projects that are on the heading our way later this year.
Jason Kingsley, CEO of Rebellion, the Developer of the stealth shooter game series Sniper Elite have announced four new versions of the Sniper Elite games to be in works. So yeah, this seems like a game targeting next-generation platforms.
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is not only a thing, but it's going to be on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch! There'll also be new playable characters, expanded multiplayer options and all the DLC released for the original game included as well as a brand new Photo Mode.
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered will bring 1945 Berlin to current platforms with gorgeous new visuals and a host of new features.
The Switch version offers an exclusive local wireless multiplayer mode and motion controls.
Sniper Elite VR? Now that might just convince to get into the whole virtual reality craze if Rebellion and Add Water can transfer the gory glory of past Sniper Elite titles to a first-person plane of carnage. He added that more details on this will be available later this year.
Further in the future we have the standalone VR game which is expected to be revealed later in the year. Don't worry though, because they did, in fact, confirm that Sniper Elite 5 is in development.
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