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The Saboteur Pack brings new weapons and more to Sniper Elite 5

Rebellion continues to support the latest game in the long running Sniper Elite series, this time with a sneaky little drop called the Saboteur Pack.

Behind enemy lines

While pretty much the entirety of the Sniper Elite saga has been spent behind enemy lines, the Saboteur Pack will kinda add a little flair to the theme. It’s set to be the latest delivery for last year’s Sniper Elite 5, and it brings a satchel full of goodies with it.

According to indie publisher Rebellion, fans can expect to wield hardware like the TERA rifle and Grease Gun thanks to the DLC. And on top of that, they’ll also get the Liberator character skin, so they can “complete the Resistance look”. Fancy.

Available now as part of Season Pass Two for $29.99, or as a separate purchase for $9.99, Saboteurincludes the Type 1 TERA, which provides a rapid rate of fire with good accuracy thanks to its low levels of recoil. Featuring a folding stock for improved portability, the TERA is incredibly fast to equip and aim down the sight. 

Players will also receive the Grease Gun, an SMG with great mobility that is very easy to control, even under sustained firing, thanks to its low rate of fire and recoil. Despite its low muzzle velocity, the stability and control on offer make it a solid choice for slightly longer ranged combat encounters.

Rebellion press release

On top of the paid pack though, there’s also a new map to talk about. Dubbed the Rhine Crossing No Cross, the map is a free addition to the game, and is based on the “battle of Remagen at the Ludendorff Bridge in Germany”.

Set after nightfall, players will find towers giving a bird’s eye view of the locale, plus a collapsed bridge, and plenty of diagonal nightlines.

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