Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Preview – CI Games Is Taking A Page Out Of Ubisoft’s Playbook

For almost 10 years, designer CI Games’ Sniper Ghost Warrior arrangement has slipped players into the ghillie suit of a first class expert sharpshooter. Easy chair bound marksmen are allowed to convey sweet American equity. One high-speed round at a time. Notwithstanding, past games in the long-running line of FPS titles have regularly come up short. This comes up short when contrasted with Rebellion’s fruitful Sniper Elite establishment. Be that as it may, is this the case with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 too?

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Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Preview

This has dialed in a trio of cleaned games that reliably shoot to excite. CI Games hopes to change that this time around with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3. They will do this by hurling players into a sprawling open-world adaptation of Georgia. The designer will set them free on some quite awful Russian warlords and enemies. Be that as it may, the truth will surface eventually if this third volley in the Ghost Warrior arrangement can convey the final successful shot.

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From the start, clearly, CI Games has been taking notes from a portion of the genre’s overwhelming hitters. To be more particular, it appears like they’ve removed a page from Ubisoft’s playbook with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3. Georgia’s sloping scene looks strikingly reminiscent of Far Cry 4’s Himalayan burrows. Moreover, the previous Soviet state is overflowing with likewise hyper drivers and folksy tunes. These pipe through the radio of your unattractive car as you drive to your next target. It’s not exactly as cleaned as Ubisoft’s 2014 blockbuster, however. Besides, it would take a gander at home on last-gen consoles if not for some truly amazing shaders and climate impacts that sporadically make themselves known.

Source: The Sixth Axis

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  • Fatty

    I liked playing the open beta a lot! The game had this pleasing post soviet country vibe and the music was awesome. Can’t wait to see more

    • Maldy

      I agree with you about the music. When I started playing the game I felt this warmth in my heart… I have slav roots so you know

      • moreThanZero666

        They used some band to make this music or it’s just a folk music from georgia ?

        • Maldy

          As far as I have heard developers went to Georgia to do some research and they loved the Georgian music so they’ve ordered this folk band to record some of their songs.

      • Fatty

        It’s awesome that the game made YOU fell like that. If you’re from US or UK you might just enjoy the music but it’s great that even people with slav roots fell like ‘at home’ 😀

        • Maldy

          Sure thing that was awesome. I can’t wait until the game is released. it’s less than 1 month to go!

  • DannyB

    Shooting mechanics and the AI ware the best things in SGW 3. I liked the drone as well and it has been very helpful at times.

    • Maldy

      I had this happen to me. I climbed on this mountain and started shooting the enemies from above. After a few minutes it turned out that two soldiers flanked my position and I barely stood alive, so I agree with you on the AI

      • moreThanZero666

        Agree with you guys , AI is great. Of course might be better, but for me, whole game looks amazing, and I give a .. if somebody say that AI is weak.

      • DannyB

        That’s awesome man! I didn’t see the guys flanking me but they were always hiding after they had realized that they were under attack. I also think that the music was very good!

  • BiteTheBullet

    Beta wasn’t really open, but it was nice of them to give us more than just on key. My friends who didn’t register could play SGW3 as well.

    • DannyB

      That’s awesome man! I posted the other 3 keys I got on steam. There were loads of other people posting the keys on the Internet so I guess even if you didn’t sign up you had a big chance of testing the game