Moving away from the realm of the fictional war-torn countries into the realm of the very real, CI Games’ Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 takes us to the country of Georgia, sandwiched between Russia and the Middle Eastern states. A civil war breaks out between separatist factions and the Georgian populace, and Jon North, our titular Sniper, is dropped in to hopefully quell the insurrection.
That’s not all that’s at stake here: the mission is one of peace, and of truth-seeking. Reports have surfaced that Jon’s brother, thought to have died in a terrorist attack, has been seen in an area solidly in separatist control. Backing him are two special agents, one hell-bent on tracking down a rogue Russian scientist, and another, attempting to piece together what really happened in the terrorist attack. All of this combines in the powder-keg regions of Georgia that feature in the newly open-world Sniper Ghost Warrior 3.
Releasing on April 4th for all major platforms, we too will be able to uncover the truth in a time of war, until then, check out the official Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 PC requirements below:
WARSAW, Poland (01/19/17) — CI Games introduces Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, the most complete sniper experiences in the market to date. Each character has his or her unique experiences and motivations, both professionally and personally. How each of the characters’ goals and personality quirks conflict or compliment each other makes for a deeper richer player experience.
Jon North is dropped into a hot conflict zone in the Republic of Georgia. Located
at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, Georgia is of critical strategic importance and is sliding into the chaos and slaughter of civil war. Jon’s JSOC mission
is to neutralize the Separatist Leaders who are destabilizing the country.
Personally, Jon is coming to grips with the capture and presumed death of his younger brother, Robert, nearly two years ago. Jon was present at the attack and was unable to save Robert. Recent intelligence chatter puts a very much alive Robert in Georgia, in an area controlled
by Separatists. Jon believes he has a second chance to do right by his brother.
Jon is a Marine first, and deeply committed to the relentless pursuit of his professional mission. Frank Simms, Jon’s long-time JSOC handler, is sympathetic to Jon’s personal goal, as long
as Jon completes his official assignment. Jon chooses a team who will help him accomplish both.
His first pick is Lydia Jorjadze, an ex-Georgian SFB and mercenary. Lydia is a battle-tested veteran who fought bravely at Jon’s side in Afghanistan. Their passionate affair ended when Jon abruptly disappeared after emerging from a deadly firefight. Lydia agrees to help Jon, with
a personal agenda of finding out what really happened in Afghanistan.
Raquel Shein, a deadly MOSSAD agent, also agrees to help if Jon will help her find Sergei Flostov. Flostov is a brilliant rogue scientist conducting forbidden experiments. The Israelis want to find him and shut him down.
As the team eliminates Separatist Leaders, and teams with the Georgian Resistance,
a mysterious high tech sniper, named Amazi, both thwarts and assists them. Jon fights through a treacherous web of criminal, military, and shadowy terrorist forces.