Sniper: Ghost Warrior launches on iPhone and iPad early 2012, City Interactive has announced.
Polish developer Vivid Games has created a bespoke version of the shooter for Apple's mobile devices.
It uses Epic's Unreal Engine 3, and features touchscreen controls.
Sniper iOS will compliment Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2, due out on console and PC early next year.
"Sniping is poetry in slow motion, up until you pull the trigger," Remigiusz Koscielny, president of Vivid Games, enthused.
"The trigger for upcoming iOS game based on well known Sniper: Ghost Warrior franchise has been pulled by a two great Polish companies that teamed up to create premium quality sniping game. We're proud and excited about this project, and we will use our best effort and knowledge to deliver very best, elite military experience on mobile market up to date."
Shooter sequel Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 will run on Crytek's fancy new CryEngine 3.
Developer City Interactive has released the first image from the game, showing an intricately detailed exterior of what appears to be a Tibetan monastery. Himalayan mountains rise in the background. The player, naturally, holds a scoped rifle in hand.
CryEngine 3 debuted in Crytek's own FPS Crysis 2. The engine allows for advanced lighting and extraordinarily detailed environments.
The original Sniper, launched on PC and Xbox 360 last year, took a critical bullet to the head. Eurogamer awarded 2/10. That bullet wasn't fatal, however, as sturdy sales prompted a revised PS3 port to be released last month.
City Interactive has its sights set on a 2012 release for Sniper 2.
The PlayStation 3 version of Sniper: Ghost Warrior launches in the UK next Friday, 6th May.
It launches on the US on 28th June.
PlayStation 3 users get to experience a buffed-up version of Sniper: Ghost Warrior.
The FPS has updated visuals and plenty of new content. Expect new single-player missions, bonus multiplayer maps, new multiplayer modes and new weapons.
The PC and Xbox 360 versions have already sold over a million copies around the world a milestone achieved within seven months of launch.
A multiplatform sequel was in development. Developer City Interactive has been working on it since early 2010, and has licensed Crytek's CryEngine3 game engine used to build upcoming shooter Crysis 2 - to help.
2/10 first-person shooter Sniper: Ghost Warrior has sold over a million copies around the world, Polish developer City Interactive has announced.
It achieved the milestone within seven months of the game's official launch on PC and Xbox 360.
By way of comparison, Ninja Theory's excellent flop Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, which won an 8/10 from Eurogamer, only sold 460,000 copies.
"A lot of hard work and dedication by the entire City Interactive team went into the development of Sniper: Ghost Warrior, so we are understandably pleased about the worldwide success of the game," said Marek Tymiński, CEO of City Interactive.
"This success is the perfect backdrop to reveal details about some of the fantastic games that we currently have in our development pipeline, including the sequel to Sniper: Ghost Warrior and a couple of unannounced projects."
City Interactive has been working on it since early 2010, and has licensed Crytek's CryEngine3 game engine used to build upcoming shooter Crysis 2 - to help.
The first game is due out on PS3 early this year.
PlayStation 3 users will get to experience a buffed-up version of Sniper: Ghost Warrior early next year, developer City Interactive has confirmed.
The FPS will be getting updated visuals and plenty of new content. Expect new singleplayer missions, bonus multiplayer maps, new multiplayer modes and new weapons.
"Sniper: Ghost Warrior was our most ambitious project to date and although it was extremely well-received by players, we wanted to ensure that the PS3TM version took the franchise to a higher level," CEO Marek Tyminski explained.
"With exclusive content and modes, we are eager to introduce the best sniper game on the market to PS3 owners sometime in Q1 next year."
It'll need all the extra bells and whistles it can get. The original Xbox 360 version was about as much fun as a vinegar eye bath.
City Interactive has not confirmed whether it intends to offer the new content to existing PC and Xbox 360 users.
Take a look at some new screens below.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior saw mostly mediocre reviews, but people bought it anyway because it's a game dedicated to one of the gaming world's most enjoyable pastimes: Blowing holes in people from far away. City Interactive calls the Xbox 360 and PC launch of the game successful. Apparently did well enough to warrant a PlayStation 3 release as well.
But City Interactive isn't just porting the game to the PlayStation 3. They're updating the title with plenty of new content to go along with the "fully upgraded gameplay and graphics."
PS3 players will score exclusive single-player missions, bonus multiplayer maps, and exclusive new sniper rifles, including the L96 and M200 Intervention.
Sniper rifles have such lovely names.
On top of that, there'll also be new multiplayer modes (including Capture the Flag) and a Hard Core difficulty mode that will put players' sniping skills to the ultimate test.
"Sniper: Ghost Warrior was our most ambitious project to date and although it was extremely well-received by players, we wanted to ensure that the PS3TM version took the franchise to a higher level," said Marek Tyminski, CEO of City Interactive. "With exclusive content and modes, we are eager to introduce the best sniper game on the market to PS3TM owners sometime in Q1 next year."
It certainly looks better. Here's hoping it plays better too.