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Hitman: Contracts (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

Enter the criminal, sinful, and greedy world of a HITMAN. Explore Agent 47's head and meet his most formidable foes to finish the task that gave him his offensive efficiency and assassination training. Use whatever methods are required to eliminate your targets. A stealth video Game called Hitman: Contracts was released in 2004 for Microsoft Windows, the PlayStation 2, and the Xbox. It was created by IO Interactive and distributed by Eidos Interactive. It is the 3rd Game in the Hitman video Game series and acts as both a remake of Hitman: Codename 47 and the follow-up to Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. It does this by merging gameplay features from the last Game into the original Game's missions, which have been rebuilt with better visuals.

 

Only the blood-stained contract serves as the only set of regulations.

 

Reviews for Hitman: Contracts were largely favourable; praise was saved for the enhanced gameplay mechanics, visuals, soundtrack, darker tone, and vibe, while criticism was held for the lack of noticeable changes and the Game's familiarity with the first two entries. Around 2 million Game copies have been sold as of April 2009. As part of the Hitman HD Trilogy, Contracts, Silent Assassin, and its follow-up Blood Money were all made available in high definition on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in January 2013.

 

In Hitman: Contracts, players assume third-person control of Agent 47, dispatched to various places worldwide to kill specific targets. Various weaponry can be utilized, from kitchen knives, assault rifles, and pistols to belt-fed machine guns. While deception and stealth are emphasized, the Game enables the player to adopt a more aggressive strategy and engage in gunfights to complete missions. As they go through the Game, players may amass the different weapons present in the stages, enabling them to utilize them in later missions. In addition to more direct methods of target elimination like shooting and strangling, specific tasks provide the player access to more covert ways, including careful use of poison,

 

Salient features

 

  • Travel the world as you cross international terrorists and mob kingpins off your assassination list.
  • Use a broader range of tactical strategies to accomplish your mission's objectives.
  • On the job, improvise by gathering disguises and household items to use as weapons.
  • Advanced opponent intelligence tries to stop you by using squad-based strategies.

 

Jesper Kyd's original soundtrack for Hitman: Contracts was published in 2004. The Latin choir arrangements are the same as the previous compositions but are substantially sampled and incorporated into the score's ominous electronic backdrop. As Kyd summarised, "It is considerably darker music, to begin with. The plot of Hitman 2 kind of took place all around the world. Although it takes place in several distinct places, this narrative is not a lengthy epic. The soundtrack reflects the darkest aspects of Hitman and his career because it comprises several darker, psychological short stories." At the 2005 BAFTA Games Awards, the music won "Best Original Music" honours.

Other details

  • Release date
    2004-04-20
  • Publishers
    Io-Interactive A/S
  • Developers
    Io-Interactive A/S
  • Age rating
Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish - Spain
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Instant delivery
Digital key
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Product description

Hitman: Contracts (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

Enter the criminal, sinful, and greedy world of a HITMAN. Explore Agent 47's head and meet his most formidable foes to finish the task that gave him his offensive efficiency and assassination training. Use whatever methods are required to eliminate your targets. A stealth video Game called Hitman: Contracts was released in 2004 for Microsoft Windows, the PlayStation 2, and the Xbox. It was created by IO Interactive and distributed by Eidos Interactive. It is the 3rd Game in the Hitman video Game series and acts as both a remake of Hitman: Codename 47 and the follow-up to Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. It does this by merging gameplay features from the last Game into the original Game's missions, which have been rebuilt with better visuals.

 

Only the blood-stained contract serves as the only set of regulations.

 

Reviews for Hitman: Contracts were largely favourable; praise was saved for the enhanced gameplay mechanics, visuals, soundtrack, darker tone, and vibe, while criticism was held for the lack of noticeable changes and the Game's familiarity with the first two entries. Around 2 million Game copies have been sold as of April 2009. As part of the Hitman HD Trilogy, Contracts, Silent Assassin, and its follow-up Blood Money were all made available in high definition on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in January 2013.

 

In Hitman: Contracts, players assume third-person control of Agent 47, dispatched to various places worldwide to kill specific targets. Various weaponry can be utilized, from kitchen knives, assault rifles, and pistols to belt-fed machine guns. While deception and stealth are emphasized, the Game enables the player to adopt a more aggressive strategy and engage in gunfights to complete missions. As they go through the Game, players may amass the different weapons present in the stages, enabling them to utilize them in later missions. In addition to more direct methods of target elimination like shooting and strangling, specific tasks provide the player access to more covert ways, including careful use of poison,

 

Salient features

 

  • Travel the world as you cross international terrorists and mob kingpins off your assassination list.
  • Use a broader range of tactical strategies to accomplish your mission's objectives.
  • On the job, improvise by gathering disguises and household items to use as weapons.
  • Advanced opponent intelligence tries to stop you by using squad-based strategies.

 

Jesper Kyd's original soundtrack for Hitman: Contracts was published in 2004. The Latin choir arrangements are the same as the previous compositions but are substantially sampled and incorporated into the score's ominous electronic backdrop. As Kyd summarised, "It is considerably darker music, to begin with. The plot of Hitman 2 kind of took place all around the world. Although it takes place in several distinct places, this narrative is not a lengthy epic. The soundtrack reflects the darkest aspects of Hitman and his career because it comprises several darker, psychological short stories." At the 2005 BAFTA Games Awards, the music won "Best Original Music" honours.

Other details

Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish - Spain
  • Release date
    2004-04-20
  • Publishers
    Io-Interactive A/S
  • Developers
    Io-Interactive A/S
  • Age rating

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EUR1.29
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EUR8.99

~ 86% off

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