CI Games announced their plans to support Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 after launch.
In a thank-you statement from CI Games to everyone who supported Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, stating their commitment to supporting the title past its release. The team is actively taking steps to make sure that the game is improved on through player feedback. CI Games is dedicated to further optimizing Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, ensuring fewer issues with the game’s framerate and loading times before releasing any more content for it. CI Games feels that only when the game’s system performance has been steadily improved, can the team focus on adding extras such as the much requested multiplayer component.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 released worldwide earlier this week on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game is a modern-day first-person tactical shooter. Built with AAA production, Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is designed to be less linear than previous entries in the series. Plays control Jon North who is dropped into a hot conflict zone in the Republic of Georgia, tasked with neutralizing the Separatist Leaders destabilizing the country. The game features an open world that can be freely explored by players, accepting different activities and side missions known as “war crimes”. Players collect supplies and resources, upgrading their character as they progress through the game’s story. Reception for the game has been divided since launch with critics claiming that the gameplay is bogged down by a lack of polish.
CI Games is a Polish international publisher and developer. They are best known for creating the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series and Lords of the Fallen. While previous entries in the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series haven’t been critical successes, the company considers them a commercial success, collectively selling over 5.5 million copies. Outside of Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, CI Games is currently developing a sequel to Lords of the Fallen.