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Sniper Elite 5 takes Karl Fairburne, the nightmare of all Nazis who don’t want to lose their balls, on the fields of France. It’s the eve of D-Day, the grandest amphibious operation in history, and Fairburne has to stop the Axis’ Operation Kraken. Our Sniper Elite 5 guides and features hub focuses on what you need to do to complete certain tasks in the campaign for additional unlocks. These include Kill Lists (i.e., assassination objectives) for weapon unlocks and Workbench locations for mods/attachments.

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Sniper Elite 5 guides and features hub

Official reviewSniper Elite 5 brings back core components that made the series popular. You’ve got the ridiculous X-Ray Kill Cam and massive maps for you to explore. Still, it treads down a familiar path that might become tedious as time wears on. Is it still worth your while?

Skills guide – The best perks for the campaign and survival mode – There are over a couple dozen skills that you can select as you level up your rank. These are the best ones to have as you progress further.

Occupied Residence – Fairburne investigates the manor of Abelard Möller, a high-ranking Nazi official who seems to be the mastermind behind Operation Kraken.

Spy Academy – The Nazis are training elite troops, and you have to infiltrate a massive fortress in the middle of an island.

War Factory – Countless materiel is being produced for the war effort, and it might be time to sabotage these facilities.

Festung Guernsey – The baddies are attempting to thwart British morale on the island of Guernsey.

Liberation – The Allies are advancing, but not without setbacks. You could help them out by eliminating the defenders.

Secret Weapons – The true nature of Operation Kraken is revealed, but is it already too late to stop it?

Rubble and Ruin – Fairburne attempts to end the looming threat once and for all.


Sniper Elite 5 is available via Steam.

Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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