Also in March there is some new content for Hitman 3. IO Interactive presented this in a new trailer for the March roadmap. March begins with the "Lesley Celebration", a new escalation in Berlin's nightclub. From now on Agent 47 can also be dressed stylishly in the new tactical turtleneck sweater. You will get this when you complete the last tutorial mission from Hitman 1. From March 11th, the Easy Allies community missions will be activated and the Elusive target "The Stowaway" will be available for you from March 12th to March 29th on the Isle of Sgáil. The Stowaway was an elusive target in Hitman 2, but players now have the option to turn it off again.

Eurogamer will also send you on some missions from March 25th. Finally there is the new deluxe escalation, in which owners of the deluxe edition of Hitman 3 can unlock a straitjacket with a matching belt and an arrow pistol. However, players should "watch out for the monkey" here. IO Interactive also has something ready for Easter. In the Berlin egg hunt, Agent 47 has to collect some poison-filled eggs. The assassin dresses in a chic bunny mask. For the new Easter event, IO Interactive gives the following advice: "Follow the white rabbit and chase your goals". For completing the Easter event, you will receive a raver outfit that looks a lot better than it should.






Hitman 3: March Roadmap Brings New Jobs, Suits, and an Easter Event (2)



Hitman 3: March Roadmap Brings New Jobs, Suits, and an Easter Event (2)

Source: IO Interactive




Hitman 3 (buy now € 58.13 ) has only been on the market for a few months, but IO Interactive is busy delivering new content. We received the first Elusive Target just last month, as well as some new escalations.

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