HITMAN 3 Trailer Introduces New Features


Showcasing in-engine footage, the latest trailer for IO Interactive’s HITMAN 3 serves as an introduction to the new gameplay opportunities coming to the title.

Powered by the proprietary Glacier engine, HITMAN 3 once again puts players in the shoes of Agent 47 as players master the art of assassination. Deadly abilities, razor-sharp instincts, and an entire arsenal of weapons and tools are at your fingertips, and a new camera that opens locks and analyzes one’s performance is also included. This title will also feature the return of post-mission Playstyles, which are awarded based on the way one completes missions.

Players will also be able to import more than 20 locations from the previous games in the trilogy. These updated locales will feature improvements to rendering, animation and AI.

You can find a link to the 4K trailer below (click through to watch):

Introducing HITMAN 3 (Gameplay Trailer) [4K]

The next gen console version of HITMAN 3 will pay host to 4k visuals, 60 frames per second, HDR and faster loading times. Refinements to AI and interaction animation will also be paired with the Glacier engine’s crowd technology that allows for up to 300 NPCs at once.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC on January 20, 2021. HITMAN 3 will also support PlayStation VR at launch.

Source: Press Release
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