From the stealthy adventures through Nazi Germany back in Sniper Elite V2, through the rough terrain of Africa and, all the way to the coastal towns of the Italian countryside, there aren’t many places we haven’t trekked in the shoes of OSS veteran sniper Karl Fairburne. But his latest adventure hasn’t quite come to its end. At least not quite yet!

Those who have dived into the Sniper Elite 4 mini campaign DLC known as Operation Deathstorm, will have certainly been anticipating what is set to be an exciting finale to the three-part mini-series. After a lengthy break since part 2 arrived on our consoles, today finally sees the epic mini adventure given its conclusion as Sniper Elite 4 Deathstorm Part 3: Obliteration is now available to download.

Priced at £5.59, the final chapter of the Deathstorm campaign will see players once more return to the battered German borders with a trip back to the Bavarian town of Steigerloch. Set in the heartland of Germany, Steigerloch is believed to be where the abominable nuclear project known as Deathstorm is undergoing research. In one last attempt to absolve the nation of nuclear threat, players must once more don the shoes of coveted hero Karl Fairburne and infiltrate a heavily guarded underground complex that’s rumoured to be hidden beneath the sleepy town’s hilltop church. Suspicious vehicle activity in the area suggests the Nazis are planning something big – and soon, so it’s up to you to put a stop to it.

As an added bonus for any players who purchase the third and final story expansion for Sniper Elite 4, there will also be six entirely new Axis characters for use in the games multiplayer mode, and a selection of new weapons – via the Lock and Load Weapons Pack – to kit them out with, including the SVT, M30 Drilling and the Mauser M712. This comes in at just £3.19.

Of course, with such a big finale arriving for our favourite sniper, the content doesn’t end there. As part of a free update available to all players, Sniper Elite 4 will receive the free new Authentic Plus difficulty mode, set to bring even more of a Herculean challenge with its relentless enemies and even fewer display aids. Those up for the task can earn themselves two all new achievements. As for players who maxed out their level long ago, the Elite ranks are also being increased, from the rather respectable 50, to a resounding 250 to keep you sniping for many months to come.

If that’s not enough, players can also find an all new maps to get involve with, including the new survival map ‘Facility’ which is heavily inspired by the “Magazzeno Facility” campaign mission and the “Bunker” multiplayer map, which comes with inspiration from the “Allegra Fortress” campaign mission. Finally, by popular demand, the ability to choose your rifles scope reticule has also made its way to Sniper Elite 4 courtesy of today’s free update, given players even more customisation choice when it comes to kitting up your weaponry.

Sniper Elite 4 Deathstorm Part 3: Obliteration is available to download now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC for the price of £5.59. Season Pass holders will find the latest content available for no extra cost. The Xbox Games Store will sort you out.

Will you be taking to Nazi Germany on Karl’s latest adventure? Let us know in the comments below or via our usual social channels.

DLC Description:

With the true nature of ‘Deathstorm’ unveiled, Karl is assigned to the town of Steigerloch in Germany, to put the project out of action. If Karl fails, the implications for the Allies – and for the free world – are unthinkable. In Deathstorm: Obliteration, the conclusion of the thrilling three-part DLC campaign trilogy, the Sniper Elite will need all his cunning and guile to defeat the enemy’s scheme… For 1-2 players.

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Aaron blanchard
Aaron blanchard
4 years ago

Awesome game!! Super fun and will buy the last DLC later today.