It will not be long now before wannabe Tom Berengers are popping skulls in CI Games’ Sniper: Ghost Warrior Agreements 2, currently in the works for PS4, PC, and Xbox One. Ahead of this sharpshooting sequel, the polish developer has actually announced that the Sniper: Ghost Warrior franchise has actually hit a new turning point of 11 million worldwide sales.
In a blog post on the official CI Games site, CEO Marek Tyminski mentioned the business’s pride in the Sniper series. “The franchise is necessary to us,” said Tyminski in the post. “We have actually found out a lot from Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 and we effectively launched Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts, which just passed the 1 million systems mark. The next installation in the franchise Sniper Ghost Warrior Agreements 2 will be launched internationally soon.”
The Sniper series started in earnest back in 2008, with the poorly gotten PC release Sniper: Art of Triumph. Since then, the franchise has developed into a modern, hi-tech shooter, with 2019’s Sniper: Ghost Warrior Agreements focusing on objective-based missions housed within little sandbox maps. Tyminski has revealed regret with the franchise’s earlier attempts to chase after the AAA military shooter market, and now appears content to concentrate on an ongoing scaled-down method, befitting the series’ smaller, but devoted audience.
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