Although the PC beta will run from 19 to 21 February, PlayStation 4 users have posted gameplay videos from the beta of HITMAN, which will end on 15 February.

Called “The Prologue” beta occurs 20 years before the Showstopper mission to Paris. Located in a secret training base, the Prologue includes a turning point in the life of Agent 47 – its inception in ICA and his first meeting with his future mistress Diana Burnwood. The Prologue includes two types of training, which will introduce players to the contents and game mechanics. The Prologue also available as part of the first episode of HITMAN from March 11, 2016.

HITMAN – New Screenshots; BETA Gameplay Video

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The only way to secure your access to beta HITMAN is pre-ordering the game on PlayStation 4 via PSN or on PC via Steam. Alternatively, you can pre-order the Collector’s Edition. Access to beta HITMAN for pre-orders of the Full Experience, Intro Pack and Collector’s Edition

HITMAN will be released on March 11 to Playstation4, Xbox One and Windows PC. HITMAN beta starts on February 12 until February 14 for PlayStation 4 and PC from 19 to 21 February. Players have guaranteed access to the beta pre-ordering the Full Experience or the new Intro Pack.

All pre-orders will also include the “classic” REQUIEM package will have additional materials in the inspired play Blood Money includes white suit Requiem Legacy, Blood Money shirt, tie and gloves, a muffler chrome ICA- 19 and a rubber ducky explosive.

PlayStation users also have access to The Sarajevo Six. Six additional contracts, each of which will be released with each location and you will see the Agent 47 to travel around the world in pursuit of six former members of the paramilitary unit called CICADA, in this parallel and exclusive story for users of PlayStation 4.










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