The next title in CI Games’ Sniper Ghost Warrior franchise, subtitled Contracts, finally gains a new trailer from E3.

As the latest game in the acclaimed tactical shooter series, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts drops players into the middle of the unforgiving Siberian wilderness, forcing them to contend with their toughest challenges yet – both natural and contractual. In addition to getting a first look at its contract-based mission structure, a wide range of locales and the flexibility with which players can approach mission engagements, the debut gameplay shines a spotlight on the brand new Rivals system.

Put simply, players will never truly be alone as they take on contracts, as they encounter rival contract killers. While players will need to carefully plan out and execute the perfect kill and exfiltration from a given encounter, they must also contend with the tension of an AI-controlled taking on the same contract in tandem. Whether this involved removing a rival from the equation or being quick enough to beat them to the punch, players will have more variables to consider than ever before, ensuring that no two missions go down the same, all the while ratcheting up the tension.

From its in-depth single-player campaign and range of multiplayer options, to its return-to-form, intense mission-based contracts system, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts seeks to perfect the feeling of staring down a scope and planning your approach. Get ready to tackle the Siberian wilderness and all the unique environmental obstacles it brings with it, because Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts is taking aim.

CI Games

Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts is launches later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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