CI Games Set to Launch Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 This Fall

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CI Games plans to launch the sequel to its Sniper’s Paradise title, and it is called Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2. The game is planned for a release this fall, however, a release date has not been confirmed yet.

We also don’t have a lot many details about the game, other than it will be set in the modern day, with more game details being revealed in the coming months. A teaser with the image of the game was posted on the official game website, titled “Coming Fall 2020.” Building on the success of the first Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts game that was released last year in November, it seems CI Games is quick to carry on the momentum and work on the sequel following the sequences of the first game.

Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts is a tactical shooter, which is not the only title in the series. The game was the first in the Contracts series after Sniper Ghost Warrior 3. It launched on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The most interesting part of the announcement is that it will be released this Fall, meaning that it will be released on the current-gen consoles again. With next-gen consoles right around the corner, it would have been great to see the game released on the PlayStation 5, and the Xbox Series X. However, we cannot rule out the possibility of the game releasing on the consoles on a later date next year.

While the details are so scarce, all we can do is speculate about the game. CI Games promises more details to come shortly, as early as the coming months. So we have to sit tight and wait for further announcements regarding the game story, its gameplay features and footage, and of course, its release date.


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