20 Apr 2021 11:36 AM +00:00

Hitman 3: How Many Locations and Missions Are There?

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Hitman 3 is set to launch very soon and will close out the World of Assassination which began with 2016’s Hitman.


The game is set to be IOI’s biggest and best yet, adding a bunch of new locations to explore across multiple missions.

Though how many levels can you play in Hitman 3?

How Long Is Hitman 3?

In Hitman 3 players will visit six new locations.

  • Dubai, UAE
  • Dartmoor, England
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Chongqing, China
  • Mendoza, Argentina
  • Carpathian Mountains, Romania

Each level is designed to be replayed dozens of times, with plenty of options for how to approach.

Do you want to poison your target, for example, or snipe them from afar? 

Read More: Hitman 3: How To Unlock Weapons

The World of Assassination Trilogy Locations

If you want to get pedantic about it you can also play every Hitman and Hitman 2 level in Hitman 3.

These will be included for free with the game if you already own both other games, meaning you'll have a huge list of locations to visit in one place.

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The Silent Assassin (Image: IOI)


That'll mean you can return to the 2016 Paris location that kicked things off, or head back to the Miami racetrack from Hitman 2.

It'll also work for the Bank location that was added as part of DLC.

Oh, and don't forget – all of the above can now be played in PlayStation VR.

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