Your first trophy you will earn is the easiest of the multiplayer trophies. All you need to do is join a public match (if there are any) or start up a private match with a friend. As soon as you select a sniper rifle and have your feet hit the ground, you will pop this trophy:
Now for the rest of your multiplayer experience you will want to mainly just use your sniper rifle to make things go smoother. Use the original match settings that I provided in bold at the beginning of the section.
Outside the single-player campaign, the multiplayer offering is incredibly disappointing. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 drops its competitive mode in with the bare minimum of features. Team Deathmatch is the only match type, which has a measly two maps to duel other snipers online. The action is (once again) slow-paced, so instead of running-and-gunning, you'll have to strategically move about the map to get the best vantage point on other players. The hide-and-seek game is initially entertaining, but once you score a few kills on each of the two maps, you've essentially seen everything there is to see.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 misses its mark when it comes to being an overall fulfilling sniper experience. All of the sniper mechanics that go into making a precise, one-shot-kill shooter create some thrilling moments as you play through the campaign. However, everything surrounding the long-range shooting makes this far from a satisfying experience. The muddy visuals, cheesy dialogue, predictable level design, and lacking multiplayer leaves plenty to be desired.
Regardless of how it ends up there, this is not your typical FPS multiplayer experience. Much of it is spent crouching in a leafy hiding spot, looking down the scope of your chosen sniper rifle, and trying to pick the form of an enemy sniper out from the dense foliage. 2b1af7f3a8