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Hitman 3 is finally here and in all it's bald glory. Mr barcode, AKA Agent 47, is back and better than ever in this climax to the World of Assassination trilogy. So far performance has been looking pretty good, but how demanding is each graphics setting individually? What are the most demanding graphics options? And how much can we adjust each setting to give us better performance?
The bald-headed gun-wielding assassin is back again in the third and last installment for the recently rebooted trilogy of the Hitman series. Agent 47 will be telling his final tale (at least for now) but how well does it perform on our systems? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for Hitman 3...
Everyone's favorite balding assassin is back in the conclusion to the recently rebooted trilogy of The World of Assassination. The new entry looks and play very similarly to the previous 2 games, but with a few improvements. So what kind of graphics settings are available in Hitman III? And how much can we adjust them?
That title may seem a bit obvious for some of you, but if you’ve been following the drama over the weekend then you’ll know that it provides some much needed respite. IO Interactive have recently confirmed that Hitman 3 players will be able to transfer progression from Hitman 1 and 2 on Steam at no additional cost.
Hitman 3 is slated to launch later this month, and though many of us are excited for the official end of the new trilogy, the third installment will also include the first 2 games in one complete package. But most impressively, this will bring the entire trilogy down to under 100GB in total size. Plus more visual improvements will be added to the previous games.
IO Interactive’s conclusion to the Hitman trilogy will be launching next month on January 2021, and whilst we’ve had brief looks at certain levels within the game, we have yet to get an official gameplay trailer. Thankfully that has now changed, as a new gameplay trailer for Hitman 3 has been released. Additionally, we also now see that H3 will be available in a Deluxe Edition with extra goodies.
The upcoming bald-headed assassin (actually, scratch that-- serial killer is more like it) game is launching in January 2021, and IO Interactive has just announced that they will be working with Intel in order to “provide the best possible performance and optimization for our PC players in HITMAN 3,” including the addition of ray tracing support in a post-launch update.
The latest entry into the barcode-wearing assassin is coming next January, Hitman 3 will be the culmination of the recently rebooted series and already looks pretty wild. Since this is the last one of the series for now, what are the system requirements looking like? Have they been bumped up for next-gen? Let's take a look at the official Hitman 3 PC system requirements...
IO Interactive just announced today that the next installment of the barcode-wearing master assassin Hitman (2016) completely free to keep on the Epic Games Store next week, and have also released a brand new video showcasing an entirely new location.
The recent reveal of Hitman 3 had a lot of fans excited, and ioi Interactive just published a blog post providing some more details on the various game modes you’ll be able to play when Hitman 3 launches in January 2021, including the return of Contracts, Elusive Targets, and Sniper Assassin. But the team also revealed that multiplayer is unfortunately being scrapped…
The August version of PlayStation 5’s State of Play livestream just debuted last night, and we got a lot of new gameplay and trailers for previously already announced games, as well as a brand new title coming to the PlayStation 5. So we’ve compiled all the latest videos from the stream in a big PlayStation 5 State of Play recap below.