To celebrate the launch of Sniper Elite 4 on the Nintendo Switch next week, TheGamer has teamed up with Rebellion Developments to offer five digital copies of its World War 2-era sniping game to readers of TheGamer. Available on November 17, you’ll have numerous ways to enter to better secure your chance at picking up your rifle and blasting some Nazis.
The contest begins today and will run until November 17. Winners will be picked at random and notified via the email they signed up with. If the below widget isn’t showing up for you, you can enter the contest by clicking this link.
GIVEAWAY: Win Sniper Elite 4 For The Switch
Eligibility: Open to legal residents of the USA who are 18 years or older. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Sponsor, prize supplier and their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, distributors, retailers, sales representatives, advertising and promotion agencies and each of their respective officers, directors, and employees (collectively, the “Promotion Entities”), and members of their immediate families and/or persons living in the same household as such persons, are ineligible to enter the Sweepstakes or win a prize.
About Sniper Elite 4
Released in 2017 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Sniper Elite 4 is the continuation of developer Rebellion Developments’ World War 2-era sniping simulator. Tasked with tracking down a new secret Nazi weapon, players will travel through a recreation of 1943 Italy and visit maps that are double the size of those found in Sniper Elite 3.
Sniper Elite 4 was notable for having a cooperative campaign mode, which is perfect for the Nintendo Switch. Players can team-up online or offline in local multiplayer to take on Nazi scum together. If teamwork isn’t your thing, a suite of competitive multiplayer modes are also available, allowing you to dome your friends from the comfort of your bed, couch, or toilet.
Upon release, the game generally received praise for its solid feel and level design. While the scope of the game may initially not seem like a good fit for Nintendo’s platform, Rebellion ported Sniper Elite 3 to Switch last year to good effect. It obviously won’t win any awards in the visual department, but Sniper Elite 4 should make for a good portable shooter.
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