Hitman games are a sandbox of opportunities and murder, with players in a vast stage of death and deceit. Here’s a guide on doing just that.
The Sapienza mission isn’t just better than the Paris Showstopper event. It’s one of the best Hitman levels ever created.
It’s time to head to the sunny side of Europe for this week’s Hitman episode, Sapienza. It’s new, fresh and hopefully packs in enough sunscreen for Agent 47’s shaven head.
We’ve already visited Paris for a showstopper event. Next week, players will hit the coastal town of Sapienza to take down their next target.
Get ready to hit sunny Italy in the second Hitman episode, arriving at the end of April.
You’re going to have to wait a little bit longer for those most of elusive of targets to be added to Hitman, as IO Interactive announced that this content will be added closer to the release of the Sapienza mission in April.
Hitman’s opening level, a debut episode for an entire season of homicidal missions, is off to a strong start that smacks of classic Hitman.
Waiting on the release of the “complete” version of this year’s Hitman? You may be waiting for quite a while.
Agent 47 is back in a brand new, episodic adventure. Is it a return to form, or the should the whole idea itself be assassinated?
The next beta for Hitman kicks off on March 4 and runs until March 6, exclusively for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Hitman might be sneaking out of the shadows in pieces, but some of its new features do sound rather innovative.
Hitman games where you can use your environment to make a death look like a complete accident, have always shown the series off at its finest.