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Hitman gameplay video details locations, weapons and combat

The new Hitman game will give you the freedom to carry out your hits however you want.

That’s according to IO Software’s Christian Elverdam who was speaking about the new Hitman game at Square Enix’s E3 press conference.

Elverdam says it will lay the foundations for future Hitman games and will relying on the community feedback to help shape new modes and features.

Like the previous games, Agent 47 is back performing hits on high-profile targets.

You’ll move from locations like Paris and Marrakech using the same creative stealth approach to complete the job. IO promises more detailed open environments where you decide how and when to take out a hit.

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In our first taste of gameplay footage we get to see Agent 47 on the trail of oligarch Victor Novolikov showing the alternative ways you can infiltrate buildings whether that’s dressing up in a disguise or simply kicking the door down.

Agent 47’s skills will evolve over time and preparation pays off, so make sure you find the best spot to take out the target.

One of the biggest features is the return of Contracts multiplayer mode where hundred of thousands of contracts can be created by the Hitman gaming community. You can make your own targets and share them with your friends.

At Sony’s E3 press conference, IO Interactive revealed that PS4 owners who pre-order the digital release will get exclusive access to the beta and access to six exclusive contracts.


Hitman is launching on the PS4, Xbox One and the PC on 8 December first as a digital download.

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