Warner Bros and IO Interactive have released the official HITMAN 2 gameplay launch trailer, celebrating the upcoming November 13th release of this stealth-action game. HITMAN 2 will feature a brand-new playground for Agent 47, the world’s deadliest assassin, with six dynamic locations to explore, franchise-first multiplayer modes in Sniper Assassin and Ghost Mode, and a myriad of new enhancements and upgrades that truly perfect the assassination sandbox experience.
Additionally, fans were recently given the opportunity to vote on a unique object to be unlocked in the first Elusive Target mission coming to HITMAN 2. Given the choice between a Flash Grenade Robot, Earphones Garotte and Explosive Pen, the Explosive Pen came out victorious and will be available in Elusive Target No. 1 Starring Sean Bean. Appropriately named “Explosive Penmanship,” players will be able complete this challenge and add the Explosive Pen to their inventory when the Elusive Target mission goes live on November 20th.
Elusive Target missions are unique, high-stakes contracts that are free for all players, allowing one chance to assassinate the target and if not successfully completed, the contract cannot be retried. Elusive Target No. 1 Starring Sean Bean will release on November 20 and will run for 14 days. Once Elusive Target No. 1 is available, players must stop Mark Faba (a.k.a. Sean Bean) before he can utilize his expert surveillance, infiltration and demolition skills to complete a contract at the Global Innovation Race event in Miami.
Moreover, Warner Bros has released the launch screenshots for Hitman 2 that you can find below.
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