Hitman III was one of the most unexpected surprises of the summer with its announcement by Sony at its most recent event, and from the IO Interactive team, they have been in charge of making it clear that its development is going to take on new challenges and challenges, which will come to the players.
Without going any further, the owners of PlayStation VR will also be able to embody Agent 47 from the most reliable point of view possible and, after the trailer that declared this possibility, expectations for this modality have not stopped growing.
In this way, through Gematsu we echo the playable offer that will debut in this third installment, and we see the notable absence of online modes since the Ghost Mode of the previous episode will be dispensed with.
According to IO Interactive, ” With our focus currently on other areas of the ‘Murder World’, Ghost mode cannot appear in Hitman III and we’ve executed the tough resolution to close the ghost mode servers for Hitman 2 on, August 31, 2020. ”
We leave you with the rest of the ways that we will see in this new adventure of the murderer.
- Campaign: The Hitman III campaign form will bring you on a globetrotting experience to sprawling sandbox areas and give an exciting outcome to the “World of Assassination” trilogy.
- Elusive objectives: The stakes are high and time is ticking. Elusive targets are Hitman’s latest challenge and are designed to deliver a thrilling and fast-paced experience.
- Escalations: Almost anything goes in Escalations. Expect your gaming skills to be maxed out as new items are added to you at each stage of the contract.
- Contracts Mode: Playing to Create is the core of Contracts mode. Pick your own goals, choose how to remove them, and then make it all happen. Once you have completed the contract yourself, challenge your friends to compete for the highest score on the leaderboards.
- Sniper Assassin: In Hitman III, Sniper Assassin can be played on existing maps only as a single-player experience.
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