Sniper Elite V2 Remastered – Improved virtually every aspect of the game design
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is a fun if slightly dated affair. Having played Sniper Elite 4, it’s difficult to go back to V2 and not be influenced by hindsight. I can so clearly see how much Rebellion has improved their craft from Sniper Elite V2 to Sniper Elite 4 in. However, this is a review of Sniper Elite V2 Remastered, and not its successor. And there is so much I really wanted to love about it. But small annoyances do add up: inconsistent AI, limited control options, and slightly repetitive mission structure to name a few.
Sniper Elite V2 originally released in 2012 on last gen consoles and the PC. Developed and self-published by Rebellion Developments, the Sniper Elite series were and have always occupied that mid-budget space which frankly and unfortunately doesn’t exist in the same capacity as it did last generation.
My first game in this franchise was Sniper Elite 4, which I absolutely love. So in a sense, I’m going back to older mechanics to see how this franchise has progressed. There is a lot that I expected to be different in Rebellion’s sophomore outing of this franchise. Sniper Elite V2 Remastered promises to include updated visuals, different playable characters, and a photo mode.
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