Hitman Absolution: Elite Edition
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There’s never been a better time to experience everything that Hitman: Absolution has to offer.
The Elite Edition includes everything from the Professional Edition, the Sniper Challenge and all DLC available in addition to the rich package contained in the celebrated original release. Own every piece of content available for Hitman: Absolution when you pick up this ultimate, Elite Edition.
The Elite Edition contains all Hitman: Absolution content in one package:
Hitman: Absolution follows the Original Assassin undertaking his most personal contract to date. Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world.
Hitman: Absolution – Professional Edition:
72-page Digital Artbook
The Making Hitman: Absolution video
Agency Gun Pack DLC including:
Agency Jagd P22G: A modern top-tier pistol
Agency HX UMP: Powerful high-caliber SMG
Agency SPS 12: Brutal semi-automatic shotgun
All other DLC:
Hitman: Absolution: Bartoli Custom Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: Krugermeier 2-2 Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: Bronson M1928 Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: High Tech Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: High Roller Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Public Enemy Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Handgun
Hitman: Sniper Challenge:
From a balcony overlooking a roof-top party, you are tasked with taking out Richard Strong, Jr., CEO of Stallion Armaments, along with his entire staff of bodyguards. Skilled players will capitalize on score multipliers, discover secret extras, unlock equipment upgrades, and marvel at the many creative ways to discretely dispose of a body while they work to fulfil their contract in the most efficient way possible.
Get ready to pull the trigger on a completely new chapter in the award-winning Hitman series. Be the ultimate assassin in the Hitman Sniper Challenge by testing your reactions, focus and skill in a stand-alone hit. Unlock weapons and upgrades that can be carried over into HITMAN: ABSOLUTION and compare your scores with other players around the globe using online leaderboards.
A more action and story based Hitman with reduced freedomLegolas_Katarn | Oct. 11, 2015 | See all Legolas_Katarn's reviews »
The earlier Hitman games required a lot more planning on your part to kill your targets and took place in larger environments, the problem was they were extremely buggy games that had a lot of problems. Blood Money improved on the formula but made it much easier for you to take an approach that just involved killing everyone. Hitman absolution makes the run in with guns blazing approach even easier to do, both due to making you even more lethal and because the levels are significantly smaller than they used to be and the game is more on rails than before. I enjoy the new gun mechanic where your aim becomes better if you slowly squeeze the trigger before firing, good for regular weapons but even better for sniper rifles where it feels like a more natural way to get off an accurate shot. In addition to the gunplay, you can wear multiple disguises in each level, knock people out or strangle them, get in quick time melee fights, hide bodies, and pick up melee weapons either to attack with or they can be used as silent deadly throwing weapons. On the easier settings you are given an instinct meter which can be used to identify points of interest, to slow down time while shooting, or to help you sneak by suspicious characters while in disguise. On the lower difficulties this bar will refill as you perform actions but higher settings will limit or remove the feature entirely. High visual and audio production values and varied environments help to keep things interesting. The game is not that long but a mode, contracts, allows people to play through levels marking up to three targets for assassinations and choosing an item that they are supposed to be killed by, once complete these games can be played by other people adding more variety to the game and allowing you to compete by trying to get higher scores, but you will have to play in the same environments you were in during the single player game. Weapons that you finish missions with can be kept and equipped in later missions, or can be bought and used in the contracts mode. Some of the areas are larger in scope and allow you to approach targets in a variety of ways but many of the areas are smaller more linear areas with fewer paths and options to take advantage of. The story itself is nothing that interesting but it will likely cause you to want to kill the mostly cartoonishly evil villains. Like most games where stealth is involved the enemy AI is not usually very effective once the shooting starts. Not sure what was up with the sexy nuns.
More Fun With 47 !AsadAlrafidain | June 16, 2015 | See all AsadAlrafidain's reviews »
Agent 47 is back again (after we all thought he was done for), and this is definitly good news for the die hard fans of the hitman series, since now the game is inhanced with better graphics, sound effects, cinematic cut scenes and off course, more of the good old hitman missions. Though the story itself is filled with inconsistencies, the core of the story of hitman absolution is decently good. And for those who like competition, the developers have added Contracts mode, which allow you to play challenges made by other hitman players, or create one yourself for others to play. Even for those who are new to the series, I'm sure they'll find the game enjoyable.
Decently fun game, but has issuesBlockAgent | May 25, 2015 | See all BlockAgent's reviews »
Hitman absolution is an entertaining game. The story is classic hitman and any fans of the older games will like this one. The graphics, sound and gameplay are pretty good. I experienced a game-breaking technical glitch about three-fourths of the way through that the game noted as a graphical incompatibility (which is odd because I played that far with no problems on my MSI GTX 660). Seemed like more of a game issue to me.
Kind of shocked at the higher ratingsTakwin | Feb. 9, 2015 | See all Takwin's reviews »
This is not a true Hitman game in the sense of larger open worlds and extensive time and space to prepare and execute a mission. This is much more on-rails, smaller, and more limited in scope, and thus, fun. I really enjoyed the older Hitman games but this is probably the worst one of all. They strayed from the basics too far and ended up with a watered down version of what it used to be. Dishonored is a vastly superior game in every way if you enjoy planning and executing missions in huge open worlds with multiple avenues of success. Deus Ex Human Revolutions would also be a far better game for you than this one.
Sufficiently hardLShun | Oct. 16, 2014 | See all LShun's reviews »
The first game, which impressed me so much when I came across a store selling computers. My first impression is this game is going to be amazing if I could try it out. On the last Steam Summer sale, Hitman:Absolution had a 90% discount if I am not mistaken. I quickly bought the Elite Edition because it was far cheaper than before. The game is awesome, packing loads of firepower, nice graphics and loads of people. I feel very lucky and grateful to buy this game. It turns out to be surprisingly beautiful. But even though the beautiful is there, the disguise system work in a more real-life and threatening way, it seems like people finally know who their workers are after so long. Of course, this adds a significant difficulty to the game. However, from the perspective view of system, it appears to put a very heavy load, to the computer. That might be because I played in High settings? Anyway, this game is great, but not flawless. The gameplay feels linear, the controls feel pretty like a robot. The graphics, in some cases, it makes the great look terrible thanks to the lightning. I feel very pleased about this game, and I would try out Purist difficulty later on. This game is amazing, my first and final impression.