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HITMAN™ - Upgrade Pack





Purchase the HITMAN Upgrade Pack (episodes 2-7) to unlock access for all future locations, live content, and Contracts Mode. 

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With the HITMAN Upgrade Pack, you’ll unlock access to all other locations, all future live content, Contracts Mode and additional game updates.

Can only be purchased in conjunction with the HITMAN Intro Pack.

As Agent 47, you will perform contract hits on powerful, high-profile targets in exotic locations around the world. With the HITMAN Upgrade Pack, you’ll unlock access to all other locations, all future live content, Contracts Mode and additional game updates.

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Square Enix
IO Interactive
Square Enix
Friday, March 11, 2016
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
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Requires HITMAN™ - Intro Pack to use this Pack

Minimum Requirements
  • OS: OS 64-bit Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Hard disk space: 50GB
  • Video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 / Radeon HD 7870
  • DirectX®: DirectX 11
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: OS 64-bit Windows 7 / 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3,4 GHz / AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Hard disk space: 50GB
  • Video: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 770 / AMD GPU Radeon R9 290
  • DirectX®: DirectX 11

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Reviews for HITMAN™ - Upgrade Pack

The best Hitman yet, well worth owning the entire package

Hitman is a good stealth game and can be good at making you feel like a bad ass assassin but the real strength lies in the level design and absurdist dark humour. It's a game where you can choose exactly what equipment you know you are going to need, hide a high powered sniper rifle somewhere on the map in the planning menu, poison a target while learning your next target to an open spot to be taken out with your nearby hidden rifle. It's a game where you can steal the tape of a targets past murder, lure him to his room where you sit quietly in a chair confronting him with what he's done before being promoted to shoot him in the head. It's also a game where you can make a man believe that the cost of his dead mother has come back to haunt him, one where you can start a dance party in makeshift a military base, disguise yourself as a therapist and go through with a quick session, disguise yourself as drummer and go through with an audition. The best missions of the first season have extremely well designed levels that feel like real places, targets that you can learn about as you replay missions by listening to conversations and attempting to kill them in different ways, or mission that fully embrace the comedic potential of the game such as side mission that has you dressed as Santa going up against the burglars from Home Alone. Each mission gives you a variety of challenges, some easy, some hard, and some based on just finding things or events on the map, completing each challenge unlocks points that will raise your mastery level up to 20 for each mission. Raising your master level unlocks new equipment you can use on any level and new starting locations and supply drop locations for that map. There might only be six missions and two tutorial levels but the challenges give you a lot to do, three missions have also been added onto two of the maps that change things up on the map and give you new goals, player made contracts with different targets can be searched for and played, and one time only timed elusive contracts by the developer give you new amusing characters to try to kill on levels you have mastered. The only negatives is that the Colorado map doesn't have very interesting targets and the Marrakesh map has some interesting features but mostly wastes its location, movement and controls can sometimes be a bit awkward and unwieldy, and there isn't that big of a variety of weapons and equipment to unlock (though there are some fun melee weapons to be found on each map). If more equipment is added in the second season it will be usable in past maps so that is something that might be improved. Hitman was one of the best games of 2016, which is saying a lot for it in such a great year.

You're Only Here Because Episode One Convinced You

You're only getting the upgrade pack because Episode 1 wasn't enough. And that's good. If you got the first Episode, then you probably only wanted to see what the game was all about. And now that you're thoroughly intrigued, you want the rest of the episodes. I don't blame you, the levels have been getting better, and I can only guess what the rest of the episodes will be like. Anyway, since you've played the first one and you're here now looking to get the rest, just go buy it already. If you already bought the complete edition, then you don't really need to be here. But hey, if you're buying then buy already. This upgrade pack will give you the episodes that are already out and the remaining episodes (that haven't been released yet, as of writing this). This game is pretty good, and this Upgrade Pack will surely satisfy that itch the first Episode left you with.

Grab Your Silverballers

Hitman Paris episode is so much fun, and it has great replay-ability rate so this is definitely a great value, and what make things better is the Upgrade Pack, its sort of a season pass but we all agreed that we will skip such nonsense definitions, we will stick with the new concept of Hitman 6, the Upgrade Pack is the Full Experience of Hitman, so if you had bought the Intro Pack and regretted that you didn't got the Full Experience then this might be an alternative for you, but honestly it would be not a good investment when comparing it with buying the Full Experience from the first place, I suggest that you keep looking for vouchers and sales before getting the Upgrade Pack, but if you already can't wait to get a head-start with new monthly contents, especially the future contracts mode, and I don't blame you in this case then you may go ahead and buy this pack, either way I am sure that you won't regret it.

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