How to Complete the War Factory Kill Challenge in Sniper Elite 5

Jayita T
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Rebellion Developments’ tactical shooter video game, Sniper Elite 5, has been recently released on 26th May, and is being well-received by players. This guide will take you through the process of how to complete the War Factory Kill Challenge in Sniper Elite 5.

How to Complete Kill Challenge: War Factory in Sniper Elite 5

This particular challenge might be confusing to some players because of the location of the target, and to figure out how to actually kill the man. Matthaus will be in a factory, which is located on the southeastern side of the map.

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Once the mission begins, you should head over to the southwest of the map and find the building in the corner of the area that resembles the factory. You will not be required to snipe the target as it will attract unwanted attention. Instead, you will need to be a little more creative.

The Rat Bomb is something which will come in handy for this challenge. You will need to use it in order to successfully complete the mission and earn the reward, which is the powerful Machine Pistol 44. The first thing you will need to do is locate the target, which you can do by making your way to the exit of the Resistance HQ. There are a set of dressers here where you will be able to obtain the Rat Bomb that you need. 

Matthaus, your target will be in the main room, but you cannot enter it while he’s in there. You will need to wait for him to leave the room, and go in to survey the area. There are a couple of dead rats here, and you will have to place the Rat Bomb on any of them to avoid detection. Once you have placed the Bomb, you have to wait for Matthaus to return to this room. 

You have limited time to place the bomb as Matthaus will be talking to a soldier outside the main room. Once he’s done, he will enter the room to trip over the rat with the bomb inside, and die.

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