The First Update For Sniper Elite 5 Was Made Available As Part Of The Season Pass
Today, new material for Sniper Elite 5 was released by Rebellion, one of the world’s most successful independent video game publishers and developers, including the D.L. mission for the Landing Force. PPSH submachine gun and carbine rifle weapons packs, as well as the free multiplayer conflict map, Flooded Village
The new Landing Force Mission and Weapon Pack are available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam, and the Windows Store. It also functions as the first piece of Season Pass One’s initial content drop. Additionally, all multiplayer game types, including No Cross, can now be played free on the multiplayer map Flooded Village.
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The brand-new Adventure Landing Force was created by Rebellion in association with Flix Interactive and is based on the motion picture The Guns of Navarone. The Nazis built a massive battery of weapons on the slope of an island off the coast of southern France to stop the Allies from advancing there.
For the Allies to start Operation Dragoon without danger, Karl Fairburne is tasked with destroying the armaments under cover of darkness. The island beckons exploration with various structures, settings, and landscapes, as well as ruinous historical sites, forts, fortifications, and abandoned structures.
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The PPSH submachine gun and the D.L. Carbine rifle are also included in the bundle. The D.L. Carbine is one of the most sound-insulating weapons ever made, making it the ideal addition to your Sniper Elite 5 armory because it can silently dispatch foes at a distance.
The PPSH, on the other hand, is a bombastic submachine gun with a high rate of fire, making it the perfect get-out-of-jail-free card for when things go awry.
The new multiplayer map Flooded Village, available for all players, was inspired by photos of Normandy during the D-Day invasion when the Nazis broke through flood defenses and opened locks to fend off the Allied Forces. Xbox Game Pass customers can access the project starting on release day.