Taken individually, Hitman 3 feels like great value, with plenty of variety and lots to do. When taken as a whole, the World of Assassination trilogy is hands-down one of the best and most complete-feeling trilogies in video game history. It’s a fitting finale for 47 – at least for now – and it has naturally left me thrilled to see what IO does with James Bond or whatever else comes next. It might only be January – but I can pretty much guarantee this will end the year as one of my 2021 favourites.
Hitman 3 defies every expectation I had for it, from the size of its maps to the scope of its missions. I am truly free to approach these jobs however I wish, so long as the objectives are met, and that freedom is downright exhilarating. It’s not without its foibles, the inconsistency with its enemies being one that I ran into, but any issues are easily overcome by the quality of the overall experience. This may be 47’s last hurrah for a while, but dang if he doesn’t go out swinging.
The perfect ending for the story of 47 adventures in a really good game that succeeds in everything it does.
Good graphic, good maps, good shooting, good mission. A Must-Play for all lovers of Hitman Series
Could IO Interactive have ended the World of Assassination Trilogy better? Probably not. Even if Hitman 3 sticks to previous episodes formula and plays it safe, keeping its usual flaws, it offers gorgeous and incredibly well-conceived destinations that will indeed please fans. There are so many good trails to follow, so many possibilities that you'll sure end up with the urge to try everything in order to go for the perfect kill. If you own Hitman 1 and Hitman 2, there is some serious amount of challenges waiting. A PlayStation VR ? Prepare for a game-changing experience.
Hitman 3 brings the World of Assassination trilogy to its climax thanks, among other things, to more gameplay options. If we would have appreciated more polished cinematics, the in-game graphics meet the expectations and very few bugs are to be deplored. As for the crowd management, it still amazes us, despite the inevitable routines of the NPCs. As for the sandbox aspect, it remains one of the strong points of the title, which will delight the fans eager to experience the numerous possibilities offered.
Agent 47, smarter and more lethal than ever, comes back with a gaming experience that knows how to highlight the players’ killer instinct. Everything comes to life in a stealth adventure ripe with possibilities, a sandbox filled with ideas and alternative scenarios that encourage a variety of approaches and benefit from an inspired level design.
Hitman 3 isn’t a game that I would call bad in the slightest, but it hasn’t done a lot to wow me out of the gate. It feels more like an expansion than a showy, new sequel. Still, even with a handful of drawbacks, the promise is there that this will only continue to be a game that grows and gets better over time.
I bought this game on Steam and it was quite expensive, so I'm not one hundred percent sure if its worth the cash. But the game itself is fairly decent even if the graphics probably are a little outdated. The non linear gameplay in the Hitman series will always keep me coming back.
This is my favourite hitman game, it is very unique to the other games, and it has a lot more on the story than the other hitman games. The only issue is that they did nothing to change up the formula, sure the maps in this game was the ebst they have ever made, but the story, and the gameplay was the same through 3 games, and because of that I am gonna have to put it a bit lower than I would have done otherwise
When will the Danish learn?? Hitman became James Bond in 2016 and Hitman 3 just continues the same bond game ever since. Just give us Blood Money 2 with Last of Us 2 gore system! But yeah no, turns out James Bond is in your DNA all along..
HITMAN 3 is the dramatic conclusion to the World of Assassination trilogy and takes players around the world on a globetrotting adventure to sprawling sandbox locations. Agent 47 returns as a ruthless professional for the most important contracts of his entire career.
Supported by his Agency handler, Diana Burnwood, 4...