We learned some new things about 2016’s Hitman’s sequel.
The second Hitman game opposed to the first game, won’t release in an episodic form, it will be a full standalone game from the start, with six huge areas to explore (we only know Miami so far). IO Interactive said that each will have it’s campaign missions, Elusive Targets and Escalation Contracts.
Of course, in this game the focus will be on freedom and player’s choice as well – therefore the developers try to do everything they can to provide as many ways for the player to complete an objective as possible. Aside from these, they are expanding the game with new ideas and features. For example, in the second game players will be able to see where a security camera is looking at, thanks to a grid of light.
Hitman 2 is going to release this year, November 13th on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.