The Hitman game is a stealth video game by IO Interactive. The game’s current publisher is Square Enix and is the sixth installment in the Hitman title series. The game is about Agent 47, an assassin for hire who is often recruited to kill. He is popular in the elite class.
New Difficulty Level
Square Enix released the game back in March last year. At present, it is getting a next update this coming January 31. The update as discussed in the official Hitman game website will present a new difficulty level called the Professional level. This upgrade is for free.
Professional Difficulty Features
The free content update in the Hitman game is intended for skilled players who are asking for a more difficult and greater gameplay as also cited in a report by Polygon. The new difficulty level Professional Difficulty is available upon reaching Mastery Level 20 in a specific area in the game. The official announcement even gave an example in this case. “As a clear example; reaching Mastery Level 20 on Paris will unlock Professional Difficulty Level on Paris,” the announcement stated. This setting presents restrictions, limitations as well as enhancements on the availability and usage of particular items.
The Professional Difficulty level also presents advanced Artificial Intelligence when dealing with enemies. The developers also set up security cameras in the update. The developers also provided for limited saves and a new batch of rewards in the game.
The leaderboards will also align with the update. IO Interactive segmented the leaderboards according to the difficulty level of the players. The new difficulty level will be available for the whole story missions in Season One. However, this would not apply in the Prologue. Elusive Targets and Escalation Targets are live contents that will become available on the original difficulty level.
Hitman‘s entire season will be available on disc at retail stores for the PS4, Windows PC and Xbox One. IO Interactive sells the game with a stealbook case. This costs $59.99 for the consoles and $10 less for the PC.