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Hitman 3 Will Let You Import Previous Games’ Locations and Equipment

IO Interactive offered a more in-depth look at what to expect from the third Hitman game in its rebooted trilogy. A big part of the second entry was the ability to bring the first one’s locations into it. So, this overview went into the Hitman 3 import options that will be available regarding Agent 47’s equipments and destinations.

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The big news is that there will be a lot of Hitman 3 locations from the very beginning. When the game launches in January, people will be able to visit six locations. Dubai was confirmed as the first spot, with Agent 47 in “the tallest building in the world.” Apparently, he could event scale it in-game. The Hitman 3 import options will also allow people to bring in all the places from Hitman and Hitman 2 and play. These will be new versions of places like Bangkok, Colorado, Hokkaido, Miami, Marrakesh, Mumbai, New York, Paris, Santa Fortuna, and Sapienza,

Another detail involved a second Hitman 3 import option that wasn’t present in the sequel. Any equipment Agent 47 has acquired will be there. That means you’ll have additional Hitman 3 weapons and outfits ready for you.

Finally, IO Interactive revealed the following Hitman 3 actors on Twitter.

  • Agent 47: David Bateson
  • The Constant: Philip Rosch
  • Diana Burnwood: Jane Perry
  • Lucas Grey: John Hopkins
  • Olivia Hall: Isaura Barbe-Brown

Hitman 3 is currently in development and will appear on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in January 2021.


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