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Im a first timer playing on elite and its not too bad. Already have a good eye for bullet drop due to playing Battlefield games and the wind only starts to become a problem over 250m, may take me 2-3 shots to get a head shot, whereas below 250 its a head shot 1st time most of the time on a stationary or slow moving target
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You can set ballistics difficulty (wind/gravity/bullet velocity) and enemy difficulty (health/damage/detection range) seperately with a Custom difficulty.
My suggestion is to set the Ballistics to the highest setting and the Enemy to whatever you feel comfortable with. This will give you a better learning curve, especially with how each rifle acts ballistically.
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It depends. I did two playthroughs. The first one was on casual in which I collected all gold, destroyed all bottles, and just a feeling of what the area is like so I know what to expect in my second playthough. My second playthrough was on sniper elite and it was a damned tough, but I was able to beat it this morning. It took me a bit to get used to bullet drop and the wind. The hardest part for me was dealing with the snipers. Two hits and you're dead. The challenge is try to find them and once you do line up the perfect shot before you get shot. THANK GOD FOR GENEROUS CHECKPOINTS.
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