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The Shadows finally out in app stores – Here’s what Square Enix brings to the players

Hitman Sniper, the critically acclaimed mobile title is finally getting a sequel. While Square Enix announced the successor to its shooter game at E3 last year, the developer has now released Hitman Sniper: The Shadows for both Android and iOS platforms. Also read – Good news for PS owners, as Spider-Man is coming to Marvel’s Avengers on November 30

YouTube influencers have already posted hour-long video clips to give players a good idea of ​​the gameplay. The new game does not include Agent 47, but brings six different snipers, each with their own unique skills. Each sniper’s weapon and stats can be upgraded with progression, allowing players to levitate with each individual assassin. PocketGamer points out that it depends on The Shadows’ agents to investigate 47’s disappearance and restore global stability. Also read – Hitman Sniper: The Shadows Mobile Game Announced: Agent 47 Is Missing

Not only shooting at targets, players can use their guns to activate traps in addition to stalking their prey. Players will be given the option to try a unique PvP mode for a chance to win rewards, or they can opt for a full campaign. Also read – Square Enix Announces New Guardians of the Galaxy at E3 2021: Details Here

Citing their vision, Simon Doongoor, Senior Producer for Hitman Sniper: The Shadows at Square Enix Montréal, said: “From the start, our ambition has been to deliver high production value hitman Sniper experience on mobile in terms of high quality graphics and gameplay. We wanted this game to be the start of something new rather than a sequel. This vision gave us the freedom to move in a different direction, such as the introduction of The Shadows, and allowed us to create a deeper gaming experience for players.”

In addition to new agents, players can expect new locations with vantage points that give players room to hone their skills and shoot down unsuspecting enemies. Since the game relies on PvP gameplay, the story mode increases the chance to improve skills and earn gear. Since each level involves a kind of puzzle, it requires tremendous precision to earn points and rewards in the game. Hitman Sniper: The Shadows has no controller support, although it does come with touch controls that early birds have criticized for being clunky. The game can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play Store. Have you tried the game yet? Share your experience in the comments section.

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