Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 is the sequel to Sniper: Ghost Warrior. It was developed by City Interactive for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 was released on March 12, 2013 (NA), March 15, 2013 (EU), and March 19, 2013 (AU).

Gameplay Edit

As the title suggests, players will primarily dispatch enemies using various sniper rifles and stealth kill options. The game's sniping system will take into account wind speeds and directions, heartbeat rate, and bullet drop. Successful sniping will require minute control over these inputs.

The official site describes the following features:

  • Realistic ballistics system measures bullet trajectory, bullet drop and environmental effects such as wind, fog and rain
  • Pull off the perfect headshot and watch your bullet strike the enemy with pin-point accuracy in Bullet Cam mode
  • 12-person multiplayer battles featuring
  • 6 custom created maps
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 takes all the breathless anticipation, precise controls and skillful fun of sniping and mixes it with stealth and silent elimination play, action scenes, a cooperative move playbook
  • Night vision and thermo vision goggles to use in limited visibility situations
  • Multiple and varied locations including urban, jungle, mountain environments

New Feature Edit

  • Night vision and thermo vision goggles to use in limited visibility situations
  • Stealth kill ability, to silently take out enemies from behind


The story takes place in 3 acts, each with their own location and period in time.

Act I: Takes place in the Philippines.

In the First Mission: Communication Breakdown, General Wheeler sends Captain Cole Anderson, CIA Operative Mike Diaz, along with Keller, Gomez, and Nichos to go to the Philippines where a group of Russia mercs made off with African Hemorrhage Fever, Wheeler claims that it makes the Black Death look like a head cold. One of the buyers for the weaponizes disease is Kalalo, a Filipino who is the shot caller for Abu Sayyaf. In the Philippines, Anderson, Diaz, and Keller venture through the jungle, Anderson and Diaz split up whereas Keller leads the assault team. As Anderson and Diaz go through the jungle, they eventually rendezvous with Keller, and they take the Satellite Dish.

In the Second Mission: From Out of Nowhere, Anderson splits up from Diaz, where Diaz and Keller lead the assault team.

Act II: Takes place in Bosnia, 1993.

Act III: Takes place Tibet.

Missions Edit

Act 1 Edit

Act 2 Edit

Act 3 Edit

Weapons Edit

Sniper Rifles Edit

Pistols Edit

Explosives Edit

  • C4
  • M26 Grenade

Multiplayer Edit

Modes Edit

  • Team Deathmatch
  • Squad Deathmatch

Maps Edit

  • Resort
  • Sarajevo Downtown
  • CQC Hotel
  • Forest Pursuit
  • Industrial District
  • Jungle Camping

DLC Edit

Siberian Strike Edit

Takes place in Siberian Wasteland three months before the main game.



Trivia Edit

  • Early images of the game show elements never seen in the final game such as: Multiple enemy dogs in Bosnia, riding an ATV in Tibet and shooting limbs off enemy soldiers.
  • In an trailer a rain/temperature percentage can be seen along side the other HUD elements when looking through the scope. It is not seen in the final release however.
  • In another trailer the HUD looks different with more of a light blue being the main color, as well as there being no HUD when looking through the scope, the distance and zoom level were on the scope cross-hairs.
  • The HUD show two number place holders that are never used, it can be speculated that they may have been for grenades which were missing from the game.