With four targets to take out, the “Freedom Fighters” mission delivers an intense infiltration mission that forces players to evolve trusted tactics. The area is extremely hostile, with a newly built perimeter fence and patrols around the clock.Read full description
With four targets to take out, the “Freedom Fighters” mission delivers an intense infiltration mission that forces players to evolve trusted tactics. The area is extremely hostile, with a newly built perimeter fence and patrols around the clock.
A once placid farm compound has been converted into a militia training camp and base of operations. Led by one of your targets Sean Rose, this new-age team of guerrilla fighters combines hackers, and weapons experts from across the globe. Three other targets must also be eliminated – Maya Parvati, Penelope Graves and Ezra Berg, who are all prominent militia members complete with their own specialties.
With huge story revelations, diehard Hitman players will not be left cold as the season continues to build towards a thrilling climax.
For the deadliest players, all-new opportunities, weapons, and items are waiting to be discovered.
Episode 5: Colorado awaits you on high alert and with multiple adversaries to overcome.
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This map is recreation of cornfield in Absolution (which I think was also in Colorado) - everyone is hostile and gameplay-wise it feels exactly like Absolution, you must avoid enemies unless you'll get a disguise. What annoys me the most about this mission is starting point, because always 47 is glued to the wall, which is annoying, because there are no enemies where you start and also you must enter through window every time. It's tedious and pointless. Also, in comparison to previous maps, there is not much to explore, sadly, because it is pretty small. Other than that and changing rules that the game set so far, it's not that bad and there is still great Hitman gameplay, just with bigger emphasis on stealth pat.
Colorado changes things up by giving you a total of four targets and by sending you to an environment where everyone is hostile to you and often better armed than your usual enemies as you are taking on terrorist and militia forces and it is more difficult to isolate your enemies. You have no civilians to worry about on this map and if you decide to go in without making use of disguises it can feel like some of the more dangerous sections of Hitman Absolution. Many of the targets make use of the farm house which can make some areas feel underutilized in the main mode but one of the targets has a good section where you can pretend to be a soldier and go through a training and shooting range course to get closer to her, I like these parts that have you interacting with people more like when you pretended to be a drummer and actually had to audition in one of the former missions. This is a good and challenging level and the update that game with it actually gave some good changes and the level itself has some moments in it to advance an overarching story.
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