Take a long trip to the scenic shores of New Zealand, and then murder someone, in the Hitman 2 much-awaited Starter Pack.
Phil finally declared in his review of the most popular franchise Hitman 2 that it feels safe. It does not depart from the formula established by the very first game of the hit series, but it delivers various levels that can rival some of the very best in Hitman’s long history. The first of them, which is called Hawke’s Bay, is set in a small beachfront property in New Zealand, and as of today it is completely free for everyone in a new Hitman 2 Starter Pack which is available on Steam.
The new Hitman 2 Starter Pack includes the story mode opening campaign mission of the game, named as Nightcall, that takes place off the coast of Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. The mission consists of Agent 47 infiltrating a house to search for the intel on the hidden Shadow Client and assassinate Alma Reynard, an intelligence officer which is wanted for eco-terrorism.
The new Hitman 2 Starter Pack gives complete access to all Hawke’s Bay content, including unlocks and challenges, new starting locations, hidden stashes and weapons, and escalating difficulties. From March 8 to March 17 it will also be the location of the well known fourth Hitman 2 Elusive Target, named Dame Barbara Elizabeth Keating, aka The Politician, a former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade for New Zealand who was busted draining charity funds into her offshore account.
She was finally able to pin the blame on the director of charity and now she is working to restore her position and reputation and thus it falls to Agent 47 to deliver a modicum of justice by, finally airing her out. Owners of the new Hitman 2 Starter Pack will have quite the same opportunity to do the job as everyone else, under the similar set of rules, You get only one shot, and if you blow it, she then gets away for good. (Or at least until the Io Interactive brings her back around again in the game.)
Players will also be fully able to try the mission in the harder Master and Professional difficulty levels in the free starter pack. All progress made in the new Hitman 2 Starter Pack will transfer over to the full version game if purchased.
Meanwhile, the full version game received a new latest update today with plenty of fixes and changes. The biggest changes in the patch are more improved intense graphics for the Legacy levels, which are all the maps from the previous Hitman game with very low graphics and requirements, and also the NPC’s reacting to weapon fire without knowing the location of Agent 47.
The Hitman 2 Starter Pack is completely free, and any progress you make in it will carry over to the full version game if you decide to go for it later on. The popular hit game Hitman 2 also happens to be on sale for 37 percent off, $38/£28/€38 until February 28.
The new Hitman 2 Starter Pack is now available as a completely free download for PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One.
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