Hitman - Episode 1: Paris
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Critic Reviews for Hitman - Episode 1: Paris
One thing's for sure: The more I've played Hitman's debut "episode" the more I've enjoyed it. Despite the often boneheaded AI and dire loading times, Hitman has definitely combined the best of both worlds. There's scope for it to improve in some areas as the levels are released throughout the year but this is a fun, confident start.
If you haven't yet entered the deadly world of Hitman, IO Interactive's newest installment makes for the most approachable take on the series yet. The amount of content may seem undersized for an episodic series, but the sheer amount of ways to approach each level will have you playing them over and over again to perfect the art of murder.
Stealing a staff uniform from the locker room, dropping your gun into a wastebasket so you can let a guard frisk you before he lets you into the room of a Sheik, then knocking the Shiek out, stealing his clothes, and infiltrating a high-society sale of state secrets so you can tamper with an outdoor heater and let a woman blow herself up when she goes to grab a smoke. That's Hitman's highs.
Stadia's Exclusive State Share Feature Arrives in the Hitman Trilogy
For the first time since the touted feature launched alongside Crayta last year, State Share with Stadia games has arrived to a new game. Players can take advantage of it in Hitman 3.
Stadia Pro Members Get Six More Games in September, Including Hitman
While Stadia seems to still be finding its audience, its league of devotees will enjoy another half-dozen games with their Stadia Pro subscription in September.
Hitman Trilogy Coming to PSVR in 2021
When Hitman 3 launches in 2021, it will include the entire World of Assassination trilogy, and now it's been revealed that players can see it all in VR on PlayStation as well.