‘Hitman’ Latest Series Release Date, Features & Update: ‘The Holiday Hoarders’ Is Free This Festive Season; Details Here
"Hitman" is planning to release the next version of the series "The Holiday Hoarders" on December 13, which will come as a treat for gamers this Christmas. The new mission launched will be set in Paris again but the location will have more festive essence this time.
"Hitman" Latest Update: What To Expect From "The Holiday Hoarders"
The next "Hitman" series will see thieves stealing presents from the attendees. "The Holiday Hoarders" will allow gamers to dress like Santa Claus, named Saint Nick, who murders his targets. The IO Interactive official site described the game as a mission that will give players an opportunity to feel the festive essence while enjoying the game simultaneously. There will be snow, decorations and gifts; but, above all, there will be a Santa and a Christmas ambiance.
"Hitman" Latest Update: "The Holiday Hoarders" Mission Details
Where Nintendo 64 is the coolest game series this season, the latest "Hitman" version might be one of the most options for gamers this Christmas. There will be a fashion show with several attendees and the two thieves will be taking away the gifts they have. Like other series, "The Holiday Hoarders" gives gamers the opportunity to act like Agent 47.
The "Hitman" agent needs to feel free to open the presents offered to him. These gifts will have clues that could help him catch the thieves. "As Agent 47, it's your job to stop them, for good. If you are able to get to the presents first, feel free to open them and use whatever you find inside to help eliminate these two sticky bandits," the official website stated.
"Hitman" Latest Update: "The Holiday Hoarders" Free For A Cause
The "Hitman" series is free, but Square Enix aims at collecting donations for the World Cancer Research Fund this way. It is not mandatory, though. The series, including "The Holiday Hoarders," is now available for PlayStation 4 and PC, as well as Xbox One, Digital Trends mentioned.