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Sniper: Ghost Warrior – PS3 limited edition announced for US

North American PS3 gamers may have had to wait a little longer than originally expected for the much-anticipated Sniper: Ghost Warrior game — which was launched for the PC and Xbox 360 last year – to be released, but it looks like it will be worth the wait when it does arrive on June 28th.

According to a recent article by JC Fletcher, PlayStation 3 owners in the US will have the opportunity to purchase a limited edition of the upcoming Sniper: Ghost Warrior game. The special ‘One Shot – One Kill’ Limited Edition will be available exclusively to GameStop for $49.99.

The Sniper: Ghost Warrior limited edition will come with the ‘One Shot — One Kill’ DLC and a copy of the game among other things. The One Shot — One Kill DLC provides players with ten second intervals during single player mode in which they can unleash a number of super-sniper powers.

For example, for 10 second intervals at various stages throughout the game, players will be able to experience super steady shots, achieve pinpoint accuracy, inflict intense damage on their enemies and shoot through almost every object in the game including solid cover and houses.

The ‘One Shot — One Kill’ Limited Edition also comes with an official Sniper: Ghost Warrior dog tag, an exclusive Sniper Stories book, a Sniper: Ghost Warrior poster and limited edition Sniper: Ghost Warrior production art postcards. Are you tempted by this limited edition at all?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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