A new three-part campaign is headed to long-range shooter Sniper Elite 3 where players must save Britain's legendary wartime prime minister Winston Churchill.
Rebellion's shooter Sniper Elite 3 is the UK's number one game for a second week running, according to data from Chart-Track.
There's yet another trademark battle waging in video game land - this time over the word "Rebellion".
Thousands of Steam codes - 7050 - for Sniper Elite 3 were apparently stolen from a PC game distributor and then illegally sold on to multiple outlets.
The "rough diamond" Sniper Elite series makes the most of a quiet summer with new entry Sniper Elite 3 - "a solidly enjoyable mid-tier action game" - topping the UK video games chart.
Be prepared to download a 10GB day one patch for the retail version of Sniper Elite 3 for Xbox One.
Rebellion's first-person shooter, out this week, carries a mandatory install of just shy of 20GB.
That mandatory install was going to be be 21GB, but 14GB of it will be replaced by the day one patch.
TV comedian and gamer Charlie Brooker will appear in Sniper Elite 3 as an character you can shoot in the head.
Gruesome World War 2 shooter Sniper Elite 3 launches on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC on 27th June 2014, publisher 505 Games has announced.
The console versions are being published by 505. The PC version is being self-published by developer Rebellion.
As with Sniper Elite 2, Sniper Elite 3 includes a pre-order bonus mission in which you're tasked with killing Hitler.
Rebellion has released in-engine footage of its first next-gen project: Sniper Elite 3.
UPDATE #2: Rebellion and 505 Games have confirmed a PC version of Sniper Elite 3. A press release sent this afternoon cited "current and next-gen platforms as well as PC".
A press release from earlier this year specified PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. Today's press release doesn't and is more vague. Could this be a glimmer of hope for a Wii U version as well?
There's extra information about the Sniper Elite 3 game, too. It follows OSS (Office of Strategic Services) sniper Karl Fairburne and his exploits during World War 2 again.