Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 PC Stand-Alone Version

We got some fresh news from CI Games about their latest game Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, they have decided to listen to their community feedback. And they have prepared a statement about their Stand-Alone version for Steam.

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WARSAW, Poland (July 12, 2017) — Today CI Games has announced a stand-alone version of Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 will be available on Steam for $29.99 (USD) / €29,99 (EUR). The season pass is available separately for $19.99 (USD) / €19,99 (EUR).

After listening closely to invaluable player feedback, CI Games has prepared a stand-alone version of the game without the season pass and with all of the patches and updates the game has gotten since launch for players who have yet to jump into the world of Jon North. The Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 stand-alone version and the separate season pass is available on Steam beginning July 12, 2017.

“Our team has been hard at work and have incorporated player feedback about various technical issues to Sniper Ghost Warrior 3,” said CI Games CEO Marek Tymiński. “We’ve fixed many of the bugs, and have significantly improved game stability and performance. I believe people will really enjoy Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 at its current stage.”

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 tells the story of brotherhood, faith and betrayal in the most complete sniper experience ever. Take the role of an American sniper named Jonathan North, who is dropped into enemy territory in northern Georgia, nearby Russian borders. Explore large open-world maps with dynamic weather and a day and night cycle that actually impacts play and decisions. Customize weapon equipment, accessories, vehicles and a drone, and utilize the three pillars of gameplay to your liking: Sniper, Ghost and Warrior.

We reviewed the game a while back for the Xbox One, you can read it here:

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Impressions

 

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