If you want to add to your Xbox One gaming library this week, it all depends on whether you prefer pure melee combat or to pick off the enemies from range.
Sniper Elite 4 – 14th February – Xbox One
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Join elite marksman Karl Fairburne in the fight alongside the Italian Resistance to eradicate the fascism gripping Italy in 1943. Although there’ll be traps, sub machine guns and other weapons, the sniper rifle is the deadliest of them all as you are able to take enemies out from hundreds of metres away. Not only does the Sniper Elite 4 campaign offer the freedom to forge your own path to victory, but it’s also playable with a second player. Those with more friends can take advantage of other co-op modes geared up for a total of four players, and there’s always competitive multiplayer to get involved in. Be sure to make every shot count.
For Honor – 14th February – Xbox One
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Which warrior faction is the great of all time? Well, in For Honor the choice is between Knights, Samurai, and Vikings, and these warriors are prepared to cause chaos on the battlefield. Success relies on getting to grips with the fast-paced melee combat known as the ‘Art of Battle’, where the tactical approach is needed to block your opponents’ moves and outsmart them with your attack position. Once the art has been mastered in a campaign setting, there are a multitude of online modes to get stuck into such as Duel (1v1), Brawl (2v2) and the zone capturing Dominion (4v4).
Of course, if you don’t want to buy your games in disc format, you could always get involved with a digital download. Buy your points from here and save money on each digital download you make!