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Sniper Elite 5 Tech Analysis: Rebellion’s In-House Asura Engine Continues To Impress

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Sniper Elite 5 is one of the few big new games built on an in-house engine, in this case Rebellion's Asura. Oliver details how that decision impacts the final product on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, from some impressive graphical flourishes to some curious failings. Plus - what about performance?


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