Hitman 3 is finally coming out later this year, and fans die to know if the new game is better or worse than the previous games in the Hitman series. If you’re one of those people who haven’t played Hitman: Absolution, then you’ve been missing out on some of the best action games out there. Hitman is a high-stakes, time-consuming game that requires patience and skill to complete all the levels. There is no quick button to “get over” a bad situation, and unless you’re a master at psychological programming, you will die a few times during each level. That’s why we’re here to help you get over your fears and have fun with Hitman 3: Absolution.
The story of Hitman 3: Absolution picks up after the events of the previous games in the series. Two suspects need to be framed for the murder of a celebrity, and only the investigative professional, the Hitman, has the necessary expertise to do so. If you like Dishonored and other hard-core first-person shooters, then you will love playing Hitman 3: Absolution. However, if you enjoy hidden objects, puzzles, and adventure games, then you’ll probably feel a bit overwhelmed by the action-filled story. Either way, I think you’ll still enjoy it.
The gameplay in Hitman 3: Absolution is pure adrenaline. There are no fake pauses; everything happens instantly. You are presented with a new case every time you enter a room, and you must investigate it while avoiding possible traps and other hazards. My favorite part of the game is the “case report” that pops up at the end of each room as you complete the objective. It’s impressive how well the developers keep you guessing about what the next panel is, and they never let you come back from a dead-end without leaving a trail of blood behind you.
The story is told through Ezio’s viewpoint, which is relayed through letters. In each letter, he shares details of his past and future, and I loved how he changed throughout the story to adapt to each situation. The story is subtle, yet it’s packed with enough content to keep you engaged. If you ever wanted to know what happened to Ezio during the events of Hitman 3, reading his letters is the perfect way to discover that.
The combat in Hitman 3: Absolution is reactive, but not the reactive type. There are random attacks, but most are non-lethal. The combat moves look more choreographed than real, but it’s impressive how life-like they look. If you haven’t played a game featuring the new Absolution character, you might be confused by his appearance. He is very pale, almost like a ghost, and also has these wispy white eyebrows. I like how Ezio’s eyes follow Agent 47 around the screen during the game, and it makes you feel like you’re there.
I also enjoyed the story and characters because of their engaging nature. Hitman is one of my favorite games, and this story was no exception. I felt like I was part of the action instead of just an observer. You think that you are a part of the action as you investigate each mission and learn about the plot. The game takes you through many different locations, and I loved how the story progressed because it kept me guessing until the end.
I would recommend playing Hitman 3: Absolution if you loved the first game. The second game improved on its predecessor and still created a great game experience. The developers did a great job creating new characters and making the game more appealing to gamers who don’t like guns and fighting. The story is also outstanding, with some great twists at the end.
I highly recommend playing Hitman 3: Absolution. Even if you didn’t like the first game, you would most likely have a new respect for it now. The story and the game experience are top-notch, and I can recommend this game to anyone.