GR-UK writes: There's some decent moments in the campaign, but the misjudged overuse of the killcam and some of the technical imperfections break immersion and consistently nibbled away at our enjoyment. While the campaign is shorter, it's much broader, and as such collectors and completionists will have plenty to content themselves with.
However, it's multiplayer (and hopefully co-op - at least, we're glad of its inclusion, even if we didn't get to play it) that wins the day. We'll be keeping an eye on the servers to see how the scene evolves in time, but what's there already fleshes out the whole and makes for a more appealing overall package. If you're after a solo-adventure, it's worth bearing in mind that Sniper Elite 3 isn't perfect. But, if you've got a friend or two who are after some long-range multiplayer, we'd be far more inclined to give Rebellion's latest offering the nod of approval.