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You can unlock all of the content from Hitman (2016) and Hitman 2 by importing your previous game data into Hitman 3. This only works if you have the games on the same type of platform (ex. if you’ll need to have played Hitman 2 on PlayStation to import it into a PlayStation copy of Hitman 3).
Unlocking the Hitman 2 maps is fairly simple. Just go to Hitman 3’s in-game store and you’ll be able to download the Access Packs for Hitman 2 if you have Hitman 2 installed.
It becomes a little more complicated with Hitman 1, because you can’t unlock the maps directly. Instead, to access Hitman 1content in Hitman 3, you’ll need to first go into Hitman 2, where you’ll be able to unlock the Legacy Mission Pack if you have Hitman 1. Then you can transfer the Hitman maps as Hitman 2 content into Hitman 3.
Your Hitman 2 game progress can also be transferred over, as long as you do this before starting Hitman 3. This will transfer your unockables, XP, and level Challenges, but not other types of mission data or save files. To do this, you’ll need to link both games to your IO Interactive account and visit the Carryover section of the website to transfer your data from Hitman 2 to Hitman 3.
There are numerous suits and other bonus items you can unlock without doing anything in-game.
There is a notoriously botched “restoration” of a painting of Jesus that has come to be known as “Potato Jesus” or “Monkey Christ” due to its terrible appearance. After the painting previously appeared in Hitman 2, it has now been placed in Hitman 3 as well and can be found in the Berlin level.
The sign outside the lawyer’s place in the Mendoza vineyard reads “No Admittance except on party business.” This is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, in which Bilbo has such a sign outside his house.
In the Chongqing mission, there is a character with a QR code on the back of his head. If you scan it with Agent 47’s camera, a picture of the game’s developers pops up.
Berlin and Chongqing both include arcade machines on which you can see the logo for Freedom Fighters, an action game made by the same developers in 2003.
The graffiti on the walls in Berlin includes the picture of a UFO, a telephone, and the date 1993. 1993 is the year The X-Files began playing, and if you take a picture of the graffiti with the camera and then later enter 1993 in a phone booth, you will escape by way of a UFO.
Signs in Chongqing include the name “Lee Hong,” who was one of the Five Fathers and a Triad boss in Hitman: Contracts, as well as “Blue Lotus,” the name of the rival Triad group.
There is a bathtub in Berlin that contains a pineapple and sponge hidden under the water, a nod to SpongeBob SquarePants.
In Berlin, there is a sign forbidding the presence of geese, which is most likely a nod to Untitled Goose Game.
The entire Dartmoor section, including its setting, the characters involved, and some of the environmental details, is a nod to the movie Knives Out.
The whiteboard in Dubai includes post-it note reminders to “Talk to Allan for details,” a nod to a mistake in Hitman: Blood Money where an item description contained only the placeholder text “Allan please add details.”
If you enter 47 into any keypad in the game and try to submit it, it won’t work as a code, but Agent 47 will respond with, “Perfect.”
You can find a golden hippo idol in Berlin and use it to summon a talking hippo for a strange conversation.
There is a secret ending at the end of the game if you wait 47 seconds instead of killing the Constant and inject yourself with the syringe containing a brainwashing serum, wiping Agent 47’s memory.
You can unlock two rewards through the ICA Facility Maps:
Instinct Vision lets you locate items, detect people’s positions, and see through walls, so use it often to get a better understanding of your surroundings.
Save often and consider keeping multiple saves in order to experiment with different options. Try out different things to see what happens.
It’s also worth mentioning that you won’t lose Challenge completion if you reload a save to try something different, as long as you don’t go to the main menu in between.
Take your time learning each map so you understand it better. Your first time through a particular map should probably be spent looking for items and gathering information.
Some levels will have a disguise that gives you access to most things, which makes it even easier to explore and find items.
While some changes only work temporarily, there are others that are permanent even when you return to the map later, such as opening up a shortcut.
Different disguises have different benefits, as well as different characters who might see through it, so pay attention to the type of disguise you’re wearing to figure out how to proceed.
When you look around with Instinct Vision, characters who can see through your current disguise will be marked with a white circle above their heads.
Start out with the Mission Stories before you branch out to try other things, because they’ll be more straightforward and help you understand the mission.
If you zoom in to focus on characters, you will also be able to hear their conversations more clearly.
Your camera lets you scan things and pick up clues. Anything important that you scan will be marked on the mini-map.
As you progress in each area of the game, you will level up your Mastery Level of each map and unlock new things, including suits and items. Your Mastery Level will increase based on your rating for completing the mission as well as a reward for completing the challenges found in each area. You’ll want to replay the maps to get better and better at them in order to raise your Mastery Level.
As your Mastery Level for each map increases, you’ll unlock the following rewards:
Berlin Mastery Level
Carpathian Mountains Mastery Level
Congqing Mastery Level
Dartmoor Mastery Level
Dubai Mastery Level
Mendoza Mastery Level