Hitman's New Update Brings The Game's Difficulty To A Whole New Level
Recently, Square Enix announced that Hitman will receive a new update this month, which includes a new difficulty that will surely challenge everyone. Fans are excited to this update, due to the fact that most of them are getting bored to the game, as it is pretty easy to beat.
What To Expect From The Upcoming Update Of Hitman?
The upcoming update for Hitman will be available for free. It offers an all new difficulty to the game, which is the Professional Difficulty. It will bring an intense challenge to everyone, as the new difficulty offers an all-new style of gameplay. The Professional Difficulty will enhance the enemy's behaviors, making them more alert and powerful. There will also be a limit to the items, making it more realistic. The security cameras are also changed in the Professional Difficulty, where it will become harder to avoid being caught. Fans are very happy about this feature, as the normal in-game security cameras are easy to evade.
Players will also have limited saves, where they will not have any chance of saving their game after reaching the limit. The lethal combat feature in the Professional Difficulty will definitely put players to the test, whether they can survive the insane battles or not. However, fans are very curious about the rewards in the Professional Mastery. Rumors suggest that it will have new items that has never been seen before in the game.
When Is The Release Date Of The Upcoming Update Of Hitman?
The Professional Difficulty update will be released on Jan. 31, 2017. Due to this, players must consider training their skills in the game. Rumors suggest that the Professional Difficulty will change the way everyone plays in the game, making them more careful and realistic for every moves.
Hitman is available to play on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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