Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3: CI Games has not shied away in the past from talking about their upcoming action shooter title. Despite the many delays that SGW3 has suffered, the developers have proved a rare talent in retaining fan interest. Much of it comes from what we have seen and heard so far, including detailed gameplay walkthroughs and regular updates that promise an ultra satisfactory game that combines sniping with combat. However, the most recent video that the devs have shared takes a look at one of the game’s most challenging settings. The Challenge Mode in Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 has been built with a focus on making the most out of the game’s open world setting and put the abilities of even the best players to the test. The mode lacks traditional guiding features like a heads-up display, so you need to use your intuition along with an array of weaponry to the best of their abilities. Game designer Tomasz Pruski says in the video that the Challenge Mode was something that fans have long been asking for. The increased difficulty setting lets you use drones to mark your enemy positions, but with certain limitations. For instance, the enemy pointers will disappear as soon as you call your drone back. So players need to pay attention and remember what they see. Moreover, there are a number of things to consider while taking a shot, like wind movement and improved enemy armors, which make it safer for you to take aim at their heads when firing non-specialized bullets. It is good to see that the game is coming along well, which means that the time gained from the many delays has been put to good use. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is a landmark game coming from the Polish developers. Not only is it their first offering to be made on a triple-A scale, but it also aims to be a significant improvement as far as sniping games go. The game was recently delayed from an early April release to an April 25 one. Upon launch, it will be playable on the Windows PC, Xbox One, and PS4.