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Santa 47 has arrived in Hitman 3 for the holidays and is making a wish list

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IO Interactive has released a Winter Roadmap for Hitman 3, which basically consists of the news that you can dress up as Santa Claus and garrotte people. The game’s first mission, Dubai, is also now available for free to all players.IO Interactive has released a Winter Roadmap for Hitman 3, which basically consists of the news that you can dress up as Santa Claus and garrotte people. The game’s first mission, Dubai, is also now available for free to all players.

The ‘Holiday Hoarders’ mission, which was first seen in 2016 and then briefly returned in Hitman 2, is now available. The holiday-themed mission, set in Paris, is full of festive touches amidst the slaughter, such as the opportunity to throw snowballs. You can also play as Harry and Marv from Home Alone, who are “both American nationals now living in Paris after a series of botched break-ins and related violent crimes forced them to leave their home country.” The Santa 47 suit is unlocked after completing Holiday Hoarders.

All of Hitman 3’s ‘Elusive Targets’ are being brought back by IO, so perhaps the developer should rename them. Nonetheless, they’ll all appear in a staggered fashion throughout the holiday season, giving you six days to assassinate each one.

Finally, on January 3rd, Hitman 3 will receive the Hokkaido Snow Festival, which will include a thematically appropriate ice pick weapon and a snow festival suit, followed by some ‘Winter Madness Feature Contracts’ on January 13.

IO Interactive’s Hitman 3 was a huge success, and this trilogy is now unquestionably the most comprehensive assassin-em-up experience ever created. Ending on a high note, IO promises more for Hitman 3 in 2022, which it has previously trailed: The long and short of it is that there will be a lot more maps and modes.

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