Sniper: Ghost Warrior gains MP maps

Someone's buying it.

Sniper: Ghost Warrior, the terrible game that sold well, has new content.

Specifically, five new maps for 800 Microsoft Points (£6.85 / €9.60). These are stuffed with long-range sniping hide-outs, decrepit oil rigs and mystical towers.

The maps work across deathmatch, team deathmatch and VIP modes.

The downloadable content is out now on PC and Xbox 360.

Sniper: Ghost Warrior, is "a technically inept entry in the most over-populated gaming genre", according to Dan Whitehead, who reviewed the game for Eurogamer. He awarded an abysmal 2/10.

Despite that, Sniper: Ghost Warrior has performed well in the UK chart, holding 15th this week - two months after release.

The first 15 minutes of a game you should not buy.

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