Hitman receives tomorrow a free Holiday pack, allowing full free access to the Paris destination

IO Interactive has announced that it will release tomorrow Hitman Holiday Pack. Hitman Holiday Pack will allow anyone full access to its Paris destination. This free offer will launch tomorrow and will last until January 5th.

According to the team, this free download will include the first major story mission from the game, ‘Showstopper’, plus all of the Escalation Contracts it has released for Paris, its ‘Holiday Hoarders’ mission plus the Paris Challenge Packs and achievements/trophies too. Furthermore, it will allow players to play the future re-activated Elusive Targets in Paris.

Naturally, all progress and mission mastery will carry through to the full game when players choose to upgrade to the Game of the Year Edition.

Here is what will be included in the free Hitman Holiday Pack:

ICA Facility Location

  • 2 story missions
  • 2 Escalation Contracts
  • 40+ Challenges
  • 17 Xbox achievements / PS Trophies

Paris Location

  • ‘Showstopper’ story mission
  • ‘Holiday Hoarders’ mission
  • 18 Escalation Contracts
  • 20 levels of Paris Mastery (including 6 gear/weapon unlocks)
  • 100+ Challenges
  • 7 Xbox achievements / PS Trophies
  • Vampire Magician Challenge Pack
  • Secret Santa Challenge Pack (rewards Santa suit unlock)
  • Professional Difficulty Level for Paris
  • Future Re-activated Elusive Targets in Paris

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