The recent trailer for IO Interactive’s Hitman 3 unveils London as the future location.
The latest Hitman 3 trailer shows a location and mission that could attract players who love an exciting murder mystery story. Agent 47 will have to hit the roads and begin its mission in Dartmoor, England.
Even if Hitman 3 will feature every mission from the last Hitman series, the mission unveiled in the trailer will put us in an extraordinary scenario. Here is what you need to know.
New Hitman 3 Trailer Shows Details About the Location and Mission: What to Expect
The latest Hitman 3 trailer highlights the gloomy halls of Thornbridge Manor, the place of an unfortunate suicide and the home of a wealthy and mysterious family. Fans of the game can see precisely how Agent 47 will venture into the many rooms, secret channels, and halls of Thornbridge Manor as he tries to find the target.
Most Hitman challenges are complex and require a lot of strategies. It also looks like the Thornbridge Manor mission will need even more critical thinking and approach to solve a crime.
The trailer displays some smooth scenes, and the level of detail presents the elegance of an English manor with giant rooms and extravagant decorations. Like other Hitman locations, the estate will allow players to experience different ways and interactions to complete the mission.
For fans of Hitman series, much of the fun is replaying challenges to find other ways to complete them. Based on the trailer, players will also get to choose how to take out their target. Such a thing will also involve interactions with different family members and learning their stories. You can watch the trailer below.
PlayStation players will get the best treats so far because Hitman 3 will come with a VR support. But there will be many other ways to play the upcoming Hitman installment.
Hitman 3 will be released in January 2021 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.
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