After releasing Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 earlier this week, City Interactive has confirmed that it's going to release a downloadable content pack for the first-person shooter, which includes new multiplayer maps and modes, but also a patch that adds DirectX 11 support to the PC version of the game.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 came out earlier this week and once again delivered a first-person shooter experience that focuses squarely on snipers and their role in the battlefield.
Now, developer City Interactive has confirmed, via Videogamer, that the game will receive a free multiplayer DLC pack with two new maps, in the form of Tower Defense and Temple Crossing, as well as a gameplay mode that hasn't been revealed.
What's more, the game's PC version will also get a patch that enables DirectX 11 support, thereby improving the quality of the graphics.
As of yet, it's unclear when the free DLC and the new update will be released for Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2.