HITMAN 2 RELEASE DATE | SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS | PLATFORMS | REVIEW

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Hitman 2
Hitman 2

HITMAN 2

Hitman 2
Hitman 2

ABOUT HITMAN 2

Hitman 2’s sandboxes are as full of gadgets and disguises as ever. And I mean exactly as full – there are only a handful of new weapons, and none of them are game-changers. There’s a dart gun that can be used to knock out targets at mid-range, which does make things a little more convenient, but my favorite are coins that can be used to distract or (more often in my case) lure a bad guy to where you want them to go so that you can take them out quietly, away from prying eyes. I preferred to use the good old-fashioned fiber wire for that, because doing so automatically transitions you straight to dragging the body, saving you a step and precious time as you look to hide the corpse. As far as Agent 47’s other new tools go, I never felt the desire to use the fragmentation grenades or mines, probably because loud Hitman is not my personal brand of Hitman. It’s there if explosions are your thing, though.

Some other great moments from my adventures with Agent 47: I stacked a good eight or nine bodies in a suburban backyard bush, poisoned a fumigation machine, sadistically triggered a killswitch connected to a nano-bomb in someone’s neck, yanked a guy off of a cliff’s edge while hanging from said ledge a la Sam Fisher, strangled a slumlord with a measuring tape while posing as a tailor fitting her for a dress, stabbed an octogenarian Russian spy in the neck as he reached for his pack of cigarettes after meticulously dispatching of over a dozen of his guards to finally get to him, and…well, I could go on, but you get the point. You’ll come away from Hitman 2 with plenty of memorable gameplay moments. Hitman 2 is a very classy game everyone loves to play it, it’s an also childhood game.

Helping to add to those moments are the new item drops, starting points, and other sandbox-altering perks you can unlock when you play the missions a certain way so that the next time you go back in, the replayability is both built-in and actively encouraged. Even the difficulty levels change the gameplay parameters by removing UI hints, upping NPC intelligence, etc.

 

Hitman 2
Hitman 2

HITMAN 2 RELEASE DATE

Hitman 2 is due out next week, which is quite alarming for someone who has just finished Marrakesh in the last game. Slow and steady, that’s me. It’s due out on November 13, though you’ll get to start assassinating folk on November 9 if you have the Gold Edition. IO Interactive has also revealed specific release times.

These release date come from a Reddit AMA with IO Interactive yesterday evening, though they do contradict the release time for the Gold Edition given by the Hitman 2 Twitter: Midnight EST on November 9. The AMA response was about the PC version specifically, and it may be that tweet related to consoles only, though this was not explicit.

Hitman 2
Hitman 2

HITMAN 2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 

Hitman 2 System Requirements are givenbelow…

Hitman 2 Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 64-bit.
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 940 3.0 GHz.
RAM: 8 GB System Memory.
GPU RAM: 2GB Video Memory.
GPU: GeForce GTX 660 or Radeon HD 7870.
DX: DirectX 11.
HDD: 60GB Available Hard Drive Space.

Hitman 2 Recommended System Requirements

OS: Windows 10 64-bit.
CPU: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz.
RAM: 16 GB System Memory.
GPU RAM: 8 GB Video Memory.
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB.
DX: DirectX 11.
HDD: 60GB Available Hard Drive Space.

Hitman 2
Hitman 2

 

HITMAN 2 PLATFORMS

Hitman 2 is on PS4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows

Hitman 2 PS4
Hitman 2 PS4
Hitman 2 Xbox One
Hitman 2 Xbox One
Hitman 2 PC
Hitman 2 PC

 

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