Hitman two: Newest DLC requires Agent 47 to the Maldives


Hitman 2 DLC

Publisher Warner Bros and developer Io Interactive have announced a new item of downloadable content material for Hitman two which adds the Maldives to the common stealth game’s roster of exotic areas.

The new mission, entitled Haven Island, is accessible for totally free to all these who personal an Expansion Pass for Hitman two (which is incorporated in the Gold Edition of the game or else will price £32.99). Io Interactive described it therefore: “The mission briefing video presents essential data on the new place in order to strategise against 3 diverse targets – Ljudmila Vetrova, a former self-confidence artist and the public face of Haven Island Tyson Williams, the founder and CEO of the island and Steven Bradley, a technical wizard and the brains behind Haven Island’s proprietary software program platform. Though undercover, Agent 47 should travel to the Haven Island resort and assume the function of a guest in an work to find and eradicate all 3 targets.”

As the trailer shows, Haven Island is a leading-finish private resort (full with Michelin-starred restaurant) in the Maldives owned by the shadowy business Haven, which derives most of its revenue from supplying wealthy clientele of questionable implies with new identities and appearances. Due to the fact the 3 owners have taken to updating the safety of Haven’s servers every single ten hours, Agent 47 should assassinate them so that his handler Olivia can extract data from them.

Haven requires the quantity of meticulously constructed sandbox areas in Hitman two to seven. For much more data, go to its internet site.

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