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Sniper Elite 5 is releasing on May 26th, and if you’re after a physical copy, then your options are limited to PlayStation and Xbox only, but there are a few different bundles available, depending on the extras you’re wanting.
Moments like this where the guards break any semblance of rational thinking to do something utterly bizarre happen all too often, and while the specifics will likely vary from player to player, the through line remains the same: They’re not fit for a stealth game. Enemies in stealth games need to be aware and somewhat predictable, yet also still a little unpredictable to maintain a challenge. In Sniper Elite 5, they often act erratically and irrationally or bend logic to ensure that sneaking is never as solid as it should be.
Of course, your trusty sniper rifle isn’t the only firearm at your disposal, with a decent range of sidearms and automatic weapons also becoming available as you progress through the levels. In a welcome change, fully pulling in the left trigger now enables these weapons to be fired in first-person mode, rather than being restricted to third-person, as was the case with the previous entries. It’s a welcome change, if only because it makes using these weapons more tolerable and reliable compared to how lackluster they feel to fire in the third person.
Sniper Elite 5 maintains the series signature sharpshooting across some gorgeous locales, but its renewed emphasis on close-combat encounters often feels like a shallow sidestep away from your rifle, leaving objectives feeling flat and monotonous. The game's at its best when you can sit back and snipe like a champ, but when the campaign constantly forces you into tight, muddled environments, it ends up distracting you from that glorious sharpshooting. The new Invasion Mode ups the ante and makes missions more tense, while the new weapon customisation system lets you personalise your sniping experience, but the amount of time spent sprinting around means that Sniper Elite 5 often fails to hit the mark.
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