First gameplay footage of Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 released

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2

By on November 27, 2012 at 12:37 pm

Initially scheduled for release in August this year before being pushed back — and then pushed back, again — Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 is now set for a January release, and it seems like they’ve been using the extra time to push the engine quite a bit harder. Running on CryEngine 3, the visuals are quite impressive — but will they make up for the overwhelming linearity and bad AI that so many complained of in the first game? We’ll have to wait and see.

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Interest level update: Cautiously optimistic.



Dont mean to be one of those guys, but this video here is of gameplay from E3 2011.


LOL am i the only one thinking “got me the first time, and i know your engine isnt updated so its gonna be shit ALL OVER AGAIN”?


LOL am i the only one thinking “got me the first time, and i know your engine isnt updated so its gonna be shit ALL OVER AGAIN”?

Uhh, cept the first game used the shitty Chrome engine 4, while this sequel uses CryENGINE 3. So yeah, you might be the only person “knowing” the engine isn’t updated ;)

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