In a press release, Rebellion Developments has announced the last chapter of Sniper Elite 4’s “Deathstorm” DLC and it’s next week. The Sniper Elite 4 Deathstorm Part 3: Obliteration DLC will be out this July 18 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
According to Rebellion, Obliteration is the main course “in a veritable feast” of brand new Sniper Elite 4 post-launch content. Also dropping this July 18 is the “Lock and Load” pack which features three new weapons. And they’re not done there! On top of those premium DLC drops, there’s free stuff, too! There’s a new “Authentic Plus” difficulty mode, a new map and more.
DEATHSTORM PART 3: OBLITERATION is the final chapter in a new three-part campaign for SNIPER ELITE® 4, taking fans back to World War 2 Germany for the first time since SNIPER ELITE® V2 in 2012.It’s in the Bavarian town of Steigerloch, in the heartland of Germany, where the abominable nuclear project known as Deathstorm is being researched. A heavily guarded underground complex is rumoured to lie hidden beneath the sleepy town’s hilltop church, with suspicious vehicle activity suggesting the Nazis are planning something big – and soon. Elite agent Karl Fairburne must draw on all his skills to neutralize the facility and bring Deathstorm down, once and for all.DEATHSTORM PART 3: OBLITERATION is out July 18th. As a bonus, players who purchase it will also unlock six new Axis characters to use in multiplayer!The new content doesn’t end there! The free AUTHENTIC PLUS difficulty will also be available starting July 18th, featuring relentless enemies and even fewer display aids. It’ll be a Herculean challenge, and players who are up to it will find two new trophies and achievements to earn.Other SNIPER ELITE®4 freebies arriving July 18th include:
- Elite ranks, raising the level cap from 50 to 250!
- “Facility” Survival map, inspired by “Magazzeno Facility” campaign mission
- “Bunker” multiplayer map, inspired by “Allegra Fortress” campaign mission
- By popular demand, the option to choose your rifle’s scope reticule!
That’s a lot of content, no? At least this way it motivates both DLC buyers and base game owners to boot the game up given that both sides are getting DLC.