Karl Fairburne's gruff VO? Check. Typically dramatic score? Check. Whizzy bullet sounds and wince-inducing brain-bursting noises? Check. This is a Sniper Elite game alright.
Not exactly a huge leap over its predecessors, Sniper Elite 5 still looks pretty great, with some of the most picturesque environments Rebellion has created to date.
Every bit as solid and playable as you'd hope, with expansive sandbox missions that encourage return visits. It's hard to fault what's on offer here.
The new Invasion mode is an interesting and worthwhile addition, extending the life of the game's campaign, while the online modes are plentiful. A generous package.
A solid list, as usual, although there is some overlap with the one from the previous game. Prepare to shoot all of the different organs again. Perfectly fine.