Hitman 3

Hitman 3: First Tests Online – Stealth Action Review Overview

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The first Hitman 3 tests are online. In our overview below, we have compiled the ratings and conclusions of international magazines – and show how the current stealth action fares in the first reviews. The website Metacritic, which lists the reviews of the individual magazines in a bundle, served as the basis for this article. The PC version of Hitman 3 was able to achieve several top ratings in the first tests: After 29 tests submitted, the average rating is 88 percent. The picture is similar for the console versions.

Note that the ratings can change over the next few days as more Hitman 3 tests are added. In the test by VG247.com, for example, it says that Hitman 3 offers a lot of variety and there are a lot of things to do. The current part is a worthy finale for 47. IGN.com, for example, praises the outstanding maps, which provide variety and each have their own approaches. PC Gamer writes in his test that Hitman 3 (buy now € 59.99) scores with a high replay value – and offers some of the best levels in the series.

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Our colleagues from Golem.de write in the Hitman 3 test: “With Hitman 3, IO Interactive delivers a worthy conclusion to the current trilogy.” For beginners, however, the plot is difficult to understand without knowing the predecessor. You can read more impressions in the following test overview. Hitman 3 appears on PC and consoles. You can read our test shortly on our website.

Hitman 3: Stealth Action Test Overview (PC)

VG247 – 100

Taken individually, Hitman 3 feels like great value, with plenty of variety and lots to do. When taken as a whole, the World of Assassination trilogy is hands-down one of the best and most complete-feeling trilogies in video game history. It’s a fitting finale for 47 – at least for now – and it has naturally left me thrilled to see what IO does with James Bond or whatever else comes next. It might only be January – but I can pretty much guarantee this will end the year as one of my 2021 favourites.

GamesBeat – 100

Hitman is a world made up entirely of Chekhov’s guns, and it’s a blast finding out how to get Agent 47 into position to pull the trigger.

Attack of the Fanboy – 100

Hitman 3 is the ultimate murder simulator. Now that the World of Assassination trilogy is finally complete, there’s no excuse to not play Hitman. In order to truly appreciate the game’s intricacies, you have to commit to replaying levels, attempting challenges, and testing out new strategies. However, if you put in the time, you’ll be treated to one of the most engaging and rewarding stealth experiences in all of gaming.

IGN – 90

Rich, rewarding, and highly replayable, Hitman 3 is a superb instalment of IO’s idiosyncratic but much-loved stealth series. The fundamentals haven’t changed since 2016 but its collection of outstanding maps makes for a refined, reliable, and robust curtain-closer to the current Hitman trilogy.

Shacknews – 90

It’s great on its own, but combined with Hitman (2016) and Hitman 2 it helps make up the masterpiece that is the World of Assassination trilogy

PC Gamer – 90

A beautiful, deep, and endlessly replayable murder sandbox, featuring some of the best levels in the series.

Game Informer – 90

Hitman 3 concludes a chapter in the greater Hitman story, but it doesn’t feel like an ending. There’s an abundance of content and side activities on offer, and the trilogy as a whole is bound to be a long-term destination for would-be assassins. IO Interactive’s final act in the trilogy anticipates and rewards player experimentation, features meticulous level design, and has moments of ghoulish catharsis that makes me cackle aloud. My enthusiasm for it all is as indelible as the barcode tattooed on the back of Agent 47’s head.

Gamespot – 90

What’s good about Hitman–its level design and the creativity, experimentation, and exploration that affords–is great in Hitman 3. It closes out the trilogy by brilliantly playing off everything that came before it, making use of and then subverting expectations, and rewarding players for their willingness to master the complexity of both its individual levels and the series as a whole.

Jeuxvideo – 85

Hitman 3 simply elevates video game killing to an art.

DualShockers – 80

New levels, new targets, new graphical improvements, same Hitman taste. Hitman 3 won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but the niche should be extremely satisfied.

Comicbook – 70

Hitman 3 isn’t a game that I would call bad in the slightest, but it hasn’t done a lot to wow me out of the gate. It feels more like an expansion than a showy, new sequel. Still, even with a handful of drawbacks, the promise is there that this will only continue to be a game that grows and gets better over time.

Brent Dubin
Brent Dubin, known as the Gaming Giant among Globe Live Media staff, is the chief Gaming Reporter for Globe Live Media. Having attended all the major events of Gaming around the World, he is sure to give you exactly the update related to gaming World you are looking for.