Recently, Warner Bros. announced that Hitman 2 would launch on Xbox One and other platforms on November 13, 2018. In order to become the perfect assassin, you have to blend into the crowd, exploit the environment, and trick numerous opponents. Each decision has a consequence, so the more "invisible" you are, the smoother a mission will go.
"Elusive Targets" have been an important part of Hitman since the game was rebooted a few years ago. These individuals have contracts on their heads which you must fulfill. Sean Bean is a famous British actor and is known for being part of movies and shows where he dies horrific deaths. Well, players have the opportunity to kill Bean in Hitman 2.
In Hitman 2, Agent 47 embarks on a mission to hunt the elusive "Shadow Client" and unravel his militia once and for all. However, when he learns the hidden truth about his past, nothing will ever be the same. The game also introduces new ways to play with the "Sniper Assassin" mode, a standalone feature that brings a co-op experience to the Hitman series. It's available right now if you've preordered the game.
Those who preorder the Gold (opens in new tab) or Collector's editions can also play Hitman 2 on November 9. The Collector's Edition features Agent 47's iconic briefcase and other items like a dapper rubber duck. However, it also has a price tag to match.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Ah Sean Bean. The man who's name should rhyme but it doesn't because if it did the universe would implode. One does not simply make a meme out of Sean.
Hahah... I love that guy. Brilliant actor
One does not simply make a meme out of Bean hehe
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