Hitman 3 is coming, and we have got our greatest look yet at the upcoming stealth assassination title in a three-minute gameplay trailer from IO Interactive.
The studio behind the Hitman video games teased that footage of the upcoming title – set to launch on January 20, 201 – could be dropping earlier in the day, and you’ll try the video beneath.
It exhibits off Agent 47 doing his ordinary 9-5 of assassination methods, from falling chandeliers to sneakily throwing somebody off the aspect of a constructing, with a bunch of imaginative outcomes proven that probably solely scratch the floor of what is going to be attainable in this game.
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IO Interactive had teased a couple of areas in earlier trailers, however that is our greatest look up to now at navigating the game’s intricate ranges – in addition to the sheer number of avenues for engaging in his nefarious duties.
Perhaps the most attention-grabbing choices are the administrative ones, with the trailer stressing the potential to even e-book conferences together with your targets straight, which actually makes it simpler to get in their neighborhood.
Hitman 3 will launch on PC in addition to as the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X – and may tide you over till IO Interactive’s confirmed James Bond game, Project 007 is nearer to launch.
Don’t have a next-gen console yet? IO Interactive is throwing a free next-gen improve to gamers you purchase it on the Xbox One or PS4 first. That means you can get the game on PS5 and Xbox Series X at no further price.
You’ll have to purchase the game digitally, although, with IO Interactive signalling that it is eager to get gamers used to digital downloads – a pattern that is solely prone to proceed.
It actually matches in with IO’s historical past of episodic releases, as with 2016’s Hitman, although the subsequent iteration will launch the total game without delay as was the case with Hitman 2. Players will even have the choice to import ranges from earlier video games – and we would not rule out DLC down the line both.