Hitman 2 Revealed Sean Bean Elusive Target and Comeback of the Iconic Briefcase

HITMAN 2 Sean Bean Elusive Target

I guess Sean Bean also dies in video games, huh. Also, the iconic briefcase gets a comeback in Hitman 2!

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Hitman 2 - Elusive Target: Sean Bean

IO Interactive revealed the first in-game screenshots for actor Sean Bean as he will be the upcoming and first elusive target in their highly anticipated stealth game, Hitman 2.

Sean Bean will take on the role of Mark Faba, a freelance assassin known as “The Undying”, as he is well known as faking his own death. This first elusive target named after his codename is scheduled to launch on November 20, a week after Hitman 2’s launch on November 13. It will run for a limited time as well.

Moreover, the developers have released a new video regarding The Briefcase. It is a fan favorite and it will be returning in Hitman 2. It can conceal various items, and you may even use the briefcase to knock down enemies, and even distract them.

Also, for a limited time, you can get Hitman: The Complete First Season by subscribing to Humble Monthly within this week for $12 only.

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Travel the globe and track your targets across exotic sandbox locations in HITMAN™ 2. From sun-drenched streets to dark and dangerous rainforests, nowhere is safe from the world’s most creative assassin, Agent 47.

Prepare to experience the ultimate spy thriller story; your mission is to eliminate the elusive Shadow Client and unravel his militia, but when 47 learns his target’s true identity and the truth about his past, it changes everything.

HITMAN™ 2 introduces new ways to play, new game modes and new features, including the new Sniper Assassin mode with franchise first co-op play.

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