The single-player campaign offers nine hours of solid gameplay. And like the version available on present platforms, the game rewards the player for their sniper skills at the end of each mission. You are scored on the number of headshots received and covert kills performed, among others. The Wii U version is every bit as good as the original release with one exception – it doesn’t include co-op multiplayer. Developer Rebellion’s decision to exclude multiplayer from the Wii U version of Sniper Elite V2 is unclear, but including it would have improved the game’s longevity.