Sniper Elite 4
Top Critic Average
Sniper Elite 4 proves to be a fantastic tactical shooter, one that is bound to keep stealth and sniper gamers delighted for quite some time.
Sniper Elite 4 continues to hone and refine the series while also offering an experience more welcoming to newcomers. I'm pleasantly surprised by the campaign's ability to offer a strong balance between sneaky stealth and utter chaos, with both playing styles able to be experienced within the same mission.
Schlocky, supple and slicker than what's gone before, Sniper Elite 4 is a riotously entertaining WW2 stealth adventure.
Sniper Elite 4 is filled with action and variety. Fans of the series as well as gamers who love shooters will enjoy the x-ray kill cams and multiple ways to complete the objectives. While the story is weak, the replay value is extremely high. I highly recommend Sniper Elite 4!
Vast and well-designed areas are the foundation for fun hide-and-seek games and voyeuristic executions masked in WWII attire.
Review in German | Read full review
It's not perfect and it's not all bad. Sniper Elite 4 has huge levels with a lot of ways to complete, But most of them are repetitive and boring. However Sniper Elite 4 is the best game in the series and it can entertain you for almost 10 hours.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Paired with some custom difficulty settings, and players can seriously crank up the adrenaline in this title. A lack of depth in character progression and weapon variety, coupled with a stagnant and unimaginative competitive multiplayer element hold the game back, but it’s still one of the best entries in the series so far.
Ben received a digital copy of Sniper Elite 4 from GDE for review.
Sniper Elite 4 could have been the ultimate co-op experience – it's good looking, intense and well designed. But lack of realism and a poorly written plot drags it down.
Review in Swedish | Read full review