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Cinematic Gaming with Hitman III

It’s no surprise that Danish video game developer IO Interactive are behind the new James Bond game (currently titled Project 007), which promises a wholly original James Bond origin story. Their celebrated Hitman series is among gaming’s most cinematic playing experience, offering a world of opportunities and some of the most richly detailed worlds you’ll find on home consoles. 

In 2015, the developer announced that after the disappointment of the mainstream shooter Hitman: Absolution they would be returning to the creative sandbox gameplay the series was known with what became the critically-acclaimed World of Assassination trilogy. With the final game in the series, Hitman III, players will embark on Agent 47’s most intense missions yet in one final globe-trotting adventure of carefully orchestrated murder…or gun-totin’ mayhem, depending on how good you are.

The game looks, sounds and plays like a compelling slice of thriller cinema, with an engrossing narrative and some truly inventive approaches to assassination that would have Jean Reno’s Leon unable to contain his jealousy. With intense, edge-of-your seat stealth and balls-to-the-wall shoot-outs available depending on your playstyle, Hitman III is a game full of opportunity for creativity and the ability to awaken your inner assassin – whether you’re calm and collected like Tom Cruise in Collateral or simply want to shoot everything in sight like Keanu ReevesJohn Wick.

Hitman III is a glorious example of the blurred line between cinema and gaming, offering an endlessly immersive and joyously addictive game that allows you to take out your target by hurling a banana at the back of their head causing them to fall off a skyscraper. And it really doesn’t get much better than that. 

Hitman III is available now on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Stadia and Nintendo Switch.

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