Hitman 3 Beginners Guide: Tips And Tricks

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Getting started in Hitman 3 can feel a bit like diving in the deep end.

No worries, it's not as daunting as it may seem!


We'll run you through some tips and tricks you might find useful going forward.

Below you'll find a beginners guide to Hitman 3.

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Hitman 3 Beginners Guide

Save Regularly

This is kind of rule of thumb for most games.

Especially when playing a game you don't have much experience with it's best to save frequently.


Doing this means you won't be too far behind if you die.

It also gives you the opportunity to try new things and experiment without fear of repercussions.


We recommend playing on Casual difficulty to grasp the game and to get some practice.

Then try out Professional to really polish your abilities and get them to a high standard.

Lastly, try out Master difficulty for a more unforgiving experience.

Be Aware Of Your Surroundings


Take your time when exploring.

It's good to get to know your surroundings especially in a game all about stealth and not getting caught.

Keep an eye on NPCs and learn their patterns.

Watch out for the things they do as you can use items such as poison to bring them down.

It's Okay To Restart

As mentioned earlier it's best to save regularly but sometimes you just need a mission reset.

Yes, it may feel like a waste of all that time you spent but the likelihood is you'll now have a lot more knowledge of the mission - and may have earned some XP along the way, too.


Meaning you can get through it fast and maybe better when playing with a clearer head.

You can also change up your loadout to better suit the mission, e.g. do you need a lockpick?

Look Out For Distractions

Be sure to use your instinct vision to highlight objects which can benefit you in distracting NPCs.

There's things like radios which you can turn on!

If you can't really see anything to distract someone with then try throwing something like a coin.