Sniper Elite 4 gets campaign DLC this week

Sniper Elite 4

Sniper Elite 4

As Rebellion as said, all additional multiplayer maps and modes for Sniper Elite 4 are free.

The first chapter of Sniper Elite 4's Deathstorm expansion will hit digital stores on March 21, along with a generous helping of free multiplayer content.

Following a bombing run, Karl needs to go in and finish the job. Deathstorm will feature a brand new storyline, taking place after the events of the main Sniper Elite 4 campaign, and will be playable both in single-player and co-op.

Deathstorm is a mini-campaign split into three parts - the first of which launches tomorrow on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

The focus of the three-part series lies on the Manhattan Project - the United States helmed initiative in World War II centered on developing nuclear weapons - and a package labeled Deathstorm that somehow ties into the real-world invention of weapons of mass destruction.

Part two of Inception is due out late April.

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If that's still not enough (!), Rebellion has announced that more multiplayer content will drop on the same day, too, and that'll be free for all players.

Players will be able to sink their teeth into the "Night Fighter Expansion" pack, which includes three new weapons, night-time camo rifle skins, as well as more themed skins to customize character models.

This will introduce the Elimination game mode which will allow up to 12 players to clash in a 6v6 mode. If you die, you're taken out of the game and made a spectator but if your teammate manages to kill an enemy, you're back in the fight.

Also coming tomorrow is a new multiplayer mode called Elimination and a multiplayer map called Night Woods.

Sniper Elite 4 received shining reviews across the board and is a worthy experience.

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