A forgettable soundtrack and solid enough voice acting make Sniper Elite III fairly unremarkable in terms of audio. The squelchy noises of a well placed shot are enjoyably nasty though.
It’s a handsome game, with some lovely lighting effects as the North African sun pours into the wide open environments. Occasional frame rate issues and screen tearing hold it back a little.
With big, open levels, freedom of choice and those ultra satisfying kill-cam shots, Sniper Elite III is good dumb fun, let down only by a smattering of frustrating issues.
The largely enjoyable campaign offers around 12 hours of play, plus enough reasons to go back and search out new possibilities. Multiplayer exists too, but likely won’t offer too much longevity.
A strong list, rewarding players for creative kills, collectible searching and alternative mission solutions. You’ll have fun 1000G-ing this one.