Sniper Elite 4 Crack/Patch

Sniper Elite 4 Welcome to Italy, 1943. Set in the aftermath of its award-winning predecessor, Sniper Elite 4 continues the series World War Two heritage by transporting players across the beautiful Italian peninsula, from sun-drenched Mediterranean coastal towns, to colossal Nazi mega structures, daunting forests and giddying mountain monasteries inspired by Monte Cassino. Covert agent and elite marksman Karl Fairburne must fight alongside the brave men and women of the Italian Resistance to help free their country from the yoke of Fascism, and defeat a terrifying new threat with the potential to halt the Allied fightback in Europe before its even begun. If his mission fails, there will be no Operation Overlord, no D-Day landings, and no Victory in Europe.

Download Sniper Elite 4 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
7.2
Downloads 1791
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Tactical
Company / Developer
Rebellion / Rebellion

Sniper Elite 4 reviews ( 7 )

MattHD1, Feb 19, 2017

A great game. Shocked to see such low reviews. People are complaining about the "Lack of story". Yeah, their is a basic tale and some characters look like they snook in from sniper elite 2 but Sniper elite 4 is not about story its about killing a nazi batallion before they know what hit them. I would highly recommend a pure stealth authentic difficulty playthrough as the reward is great kinda like soulsborne games. All in all sniper elite 4 is a great showcase of stealth in its purist form like hitman great fun and worth a buy. If you like any stealth games.

SofaTrooper, Feb 15, 2017

Sniper Elite 4 is a massive improvement over the previous iterations. The graphics are much more polished and the animation quality is more fluid and dynamic. There is a lot of influence from The Phantom Pain in terms of gameplay. Sniper Elite 4 is essentially a stealth / shooting game. It requires a lot of patience, skill and imagination to infiltrate and complete missions like a professional. On less manly settings you could get away with shooting your way through barely, but not on skilled difficulty settings, you will be killed easily if you're caught in a gun fight. The game areas are now much larger so tagging enemies for environmental information becomes very important for perfect stealth. You will have to study enemy movements precisely, finding ways to exploit the environment to your advantage. Such as masking your rifle shots, causing explosions, making objects fall, taking out commanders for detailed enemy positions and getting those all important kill cam shots. For sniper fans there is a lot of custom options to make shooting as skilled as you want it to be. From bullet drop, wind adjustment and different loadouts. I think Sniper Elite fans will be very happy with this new adventure, if you have never played and like stealth games you should really consider getting this. Pros Better graphics Better animations skilled gameplay large levels varied custom options Open to experimentation and exploration Collectables Killing Nazi's. Cons Typical story Some weapons behind a paywall

JMGBORO, Feb 11, 2018

Great game! Lost a couple of points as I find the campaign was a bit short and there are a few glitches that could do with fixing. But other than that, really enjoyed it.

Antioch, Feb 18, 2017

A nice sequel to the Sniper Elite franchise. Don't expect a massive evolution from the third installment though. Biggest differences from Sniper Elite 3 are bigger maps, x-ray melee kills and the inclusion of surpressed ammo so to not make your rifle utterly useless when you want a stealthy approach and no soundmasking is available. Otherwise it's more of the same. Lots of different opportunities and approaches to your objectives and scalable difficulty and "realism" when it comes to ballistics. From casual call of duty where you aim you hit regardless of distance, to wind, range and gravity beeing massive factors to where your hit lands. Ai can be customised to oblivious morons to psychic relentless machines. At the time of this review there are 8 missions + one dlc mission wich you get for free if you preordered the game, each taking about 1-1.5h on Veteran difficulty if you only do the main objectives. 2-3h if you do all objectives. Replayability comes in the form of collectibles, trying different approaches and challenges. As of writing this review I have spent about 33h on this game across 9 missions and some survival gameplay and I don't feel I'm done with it yet. I intend to take on some missions on harder difficulties. To me the fun factor comes in the gameplay and not the story. The story is as generic as any COD game. My old trusted rig i7 4770K, Titan Black with 16GB ram running win 10, ran this game flawelessly at maxed out 1080p with no drops under 60fps. No crashes, no hickups. Definately recomended.

josei1985, Jul 15, 2017

Estamos ante un juego bastante correcto gráficamente pero que requiere buena gráfica en resoluciones superiores a 1080p. Con una gtx 980 en 1440p y filtros optimizados según nvidia lo mueve a 60fps pero cuando te ocultas entre la vegetación baja drásticamnete a 30fps. Tenemos varios niveles de dificultad pero recomiendo los dos últimos (dificil y extremo). Empecé el juego en el más complicado y si bien mueres a menudo y es bastante exigente, es asequible jugando con cabeza y mucha paciencia. Lo malo de este nivel es que no cuentas con minimapa, ni con indicadores de objetivo ni, lógicamnete, ayuda al apuntado, por lo que hay que ser muy pro para atreverse a disparos de más de 100m pues hay que tener en cuanta unos factores a la hora de apuntar, ni tampoco marcado de enemigos a través de los prismáticos. Después de dos misiones completadas, decidí bajarlo al nivel inmediatamente anterior y todo esto que comento ya aparece. Sigue siendo exigente y mueres a poco que te confíes pero, bajo mi punto de vista, se hace más disfrutable. Si lo juegas en difícil, recomiendo quitar rayos x porque el minimapa ya indica los enemigos que hay en esa zona sin necesidad de haberlos marcado. La campaña está formada por varias misiones con sus objetivos principales y secundarios, que nos habrán dado los personajes con los que debemos charlar antes de iniciarlas. Aconsejo completar los secundarios antes, porque si vas a ir a saco a por los primeros, la misión finilizará. La verdad es que éstas, sin ser excesivamente numerosas, sí que pueden durar bastante, siendo raro que bajen de una hora si te detienes a completar objetivos, coleccionables, registrar a los cadáveres para recuperar munición, muertes sufridas y dependiendo de la dificultad y la paciencia que tengas para ir matando sin que te detecten. En cierto modo, las mecánicas se repiten en todas las misiones, con riesgo de resultar repetitivo. Lo cierto es que hay un algo que te hace disfrutar y que la experiencia jugable sea altamente satisfactoria. Contamos con el entorno para poder eliminar a los enemigos. En algunas misiones aprovecharemos el estar cerca de grandes cañones que al disparar ocultan el ruido de nuestro rifle (el modo ejecución es salvaje y espectacular, ver cómo destrozamos el órgano del nazi de turno es acojon****). En otros escenarios podremos manipular artefactos que provoquen ruido regularmente con el mismo objetivo (dichos artefactos podemos localizarlos a distancia con los prismáticos y marcarlos). A pesar de todo ello, no es ni mucho menos un paseo militar. No siempre contaremos con la posibilidad de camuflar el ruido o de tener munición silenciosa para el rifle, por lo que deberemos jugar con las coberturas y la maleza, así como hacer uso de los prismáticos para marcar a nuestros enemigos y ver sus pautas de vigilancia. Con esto, podremos ir acercándonos en modo sigilo y matarlos con la pistola con silenciador. Pero claro, o estamos muy cerca de ellos y disparamos a la cabeza si no tienen casco o entre la cara y el cuello si lo tienen, o necesitaremos varios tiros y como tardemos mucho en recargar o fallemos alguno, el enemigo dará la voz de alerta y vendran a por nosotros. En este punto, podemos ir a saco con el francotirador o en modo rambo y dar uso a la ametralladora o incluso seguir jugando con las coberturas y matarlos con la pistola con silenciador ya que, si lo hacemos bien, es posible que la alarma desaparezca si conseguimos no ser vistos. Francamente, es bastante satisfactoria la experiencia de eliminar a los rivales en modo francotirador camuflando el sonido o con la pistola ya que ése es el objeto del juego, aunque el modo rambo puede tener su punto llegado el caso. La IA es algo variable. Me explico. Hay misiones o lugares concretos dentro de éstas en las cuales, al dar la alarma la CPU, se comporta bastante bien y muy competente, al punto que ves en el minimapa que pretende envolverte para atacarte desde distintos flancos o por retaguardia moviéndose constantemente entre coberturas. Pero en otros casos, sin ser mala, puede llegar a ser un poco simplona. Otro aspecto negativo es que el ángulo de visión del enemigo puede llegar a ser bastante bajo: a pesar de la alarma general, con poco que vayas agachado, el enemigo no te detecta cuando se cruza contigo a la carrera y tú estás pegado a la pared o tras la puerta. Ocurre, lógicamente, dentro de edificios o búnkeres. El juego va perfecto sin observar errores, fallos, bugs, glitches... pero en el último tercio he visto algunos soldados (pocos) tratando de caminar a través de paredes o vallas o se fundían con elementos del escenario, cosa que te saca de la experiencia. Otra pega. El juego permite cambiar el aspecto y hacer mejoras en armas y en el personaje. La profundidad en este campo es bastante escasita y lo cierto es que no notas mucho la diferencia.

CynicMimic, Feb 19, 2018

Not a lot has changed since Sniper Elite 3. It's more of the same this time, but a bit more refined and in a different country with new (and bigger) environments. Still, there's so much satisfaction in finding that perfect sniping spot, adjusting for the wind direction and distance, timing your shot so it's masked by the sounds around you, and then watching the bullet fly elegantly in slow motion. Playing on the higher difficulties is very rewarding, it's a bit like a point-and-click adventure, except every time you click on someone their head explodes. The same issues from the other games remain though. The AI is stupid and predictable, movement feels clunky and restrictive, and the general gameplay loop can become repetitive after a while. Once again the story isn't worth following, and the main character has such a ridiculously macho voice it's impossible to take him seriously because he pretty much sounds like a parody. Overall I'm pleased with how it turned out and it was enjoyable and fairly addictive, as I expected it to be, but more improvements would have been nice. If they make another one I'm going to hope for some more changes if they want my money again. The sniping mechanics are very fun, but the rest of the gameplay needs to catch up with that and become a little more interesting, strategic, and varied. I don't want super realism, because that's not my thing, and it wouldn't sell anyway. I'd just like a SE game that's a bit more intelligent and sophisticated. It's a good game though that's definitely worth playing if you enjoyed any of the others.

LethalWeapon, Apr 27, 2017

I have no idea who are buying this crap... Anyway, this isn't a game, this even isn't a shooter... it's kinda digital shooting gallery... Moorhuhn but without the chickens.