New Sniper Elite V2 content takes you to St. Pierre

9:30 PM on 02.06.2013

Keith Swiader

Former Contributor

Two new weapons also included

A counter-attack is coming to Sniper Elite V2 in the form of the St. Pierre downloadable content, publisher Bastion today announced.

The add-on sees you thwarting an attack on the western front led by General Rodebrecht, a rising star in German high command who's said to be hiding somewhere in the countryside surrounding St. Pierre village. Two new British firearms are included in the content -- the M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle and the Lee Enfield No. 3 high-velocity rifle.

The St. Pierre DLC is available for download today on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network for 400 Microsoft Points/$4.99. A Wii U release of Sniper Elite V2, complete with motion controls, was announced yesterday.

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