'Sniper Elite 4' DLC update: First mini-campaign, new contents coming this week

(sniperelite4.com)The first part of the "Deathstorm" mini-campaign for "Sniper Elite 4" will come out on Tuesday, March 21.

The first free DLC for "Sniper Elite 4" will be released this week.

Rebellion Developments announced that the first chapter of the free downloadable content called "Deathstorm" for the sequel of "Sniper Elite 3" will be launched on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on Tuesday, March 21.

According to the game developer, "Deathstorm Part 1: Inception" is the first mission in a three-part campaign that can be played by up to two players from beginning to end. It will feature the events that happen after the main game. Players will find themselves in the colder part of northern Italy, where a Nazi naval base had been freshly targeted by a bombing threat.

According to reports, the second part of the mini-campaign is expected to be released in late April, while the third and last part could be released sometime in May or June.

Aside from the first part of the "Deathstorm" mini-campaign, the game developer will also release the "Night Fighter" expansion pack this Tuesday. It will come with three new weapons, night-time camo rifle skins that can be used for eight weapons of the game, as well as brand-new skins for the male and female characters.

A new multiplayer mode called "Elimination" will also be released for free alongside the mini-campaign and the expansion pack. This will allow up to 12 players to cut down the number of their opponents. "If you kill an enemy player, they're forced to sit out on the sidelines. But if their team kills one of your teammates, they tag back in one of their sidelined comrades. In Elimination, all is not lost, even when you're 1 v 6," the game developer stated.

Finally, the first multiplayer map called "Night Woods" will also come out for free, along with the other upcoming contents.

More free maps and multiplayer modes are expected to be released in the coming days.

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