Some of the game's sound design is very odd. You can hear enemies across huge distances, for some reason, and at times it's really disconcerting as they chatter away constantly. Music is fine but forgettable, but the zippy bullet sounds are satisfying.
Slicker and smoother than its 2012 counterpart – much as you'd hope – V2 Remastered also benefits from a 60fps performance mode for Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. A good, robust remaster job with lovely lighting and revamped textures that breathes new life into an old(ish) game.
Great fun when you're hidden away picking off enemies from a perch, far less fun when you're stuck on the ground in a cover-based firefight. V2 excels as a sniping game, but splutters when you're tasked with dispatching enemies using pistols and machine guns.
A decent-sized campaign (including DLC), generous multiplayer and some added bonuses especially for this release make Sniper Elite V2 Remastered great value for money. But there are some minor technical issues from the original version that still rear their head, and spoil the party a bit.
Collectibles are a pain, but everything else here is perfectly fine, rewarding progression and general sniping excellence. If you're handy enough with a scope, you'll clean up.