IO Interactive’s conclusion to the World of Assassination Trilogy is nearing its arrival, as Hitman 3 will be released in just over a week. While Hitman 3 will feature exciting new locations like Dubai, it will also come with a massive trophy set — including a platinum trophy. That said, fans should be aware that there are some story spoilers in the trophy list.
While 2016’s Hitman and its 2018 sequel Hitman 2 were received positively by fans, one of the common complaints was that there was no platinum trophy for the games. Due to their episodic release schedule, Sony did not consider them to be full titles, barring the games from being given access to the coveted platinum trophy. However, with Hitman 3 bringing a full set of locations and trophies at launch, players can expect to be given a platinum trophy at the end of their grind to 100% completion.
One of 2021’s most anticipated games, Hitman 3 seems set to deliver based on this trophy list. A clever collection of trophies that will see players killing targets in certain ways, reaching master levels for each location, and photographing birds, there is a good variety of challenges and fun easter eggs to be seen in the trophy list. With 47 achievements needed to be unlocked in order for the game’s platinum to be achieved, IO Interactive has clearly put some thought into the game’s list.
Hitman 3, the new stealth title from IO Interactive, will launch on January 20, 2021. As the latest game in the long-running stealth series, Hitman 3 will put players back in the well-polished shoes of professional assassin Agent 47.
While there have only been three Hitman games in the latest series, the franchise as a whole spans over dozen, backed up by novels, comics, and even a couple of movies. Although there have been some contradictions, the existing canon has filled in almost all the gaps in Agent 47's mysterious past. To get players new to the series up to speed before the latest title, here's the full history of everyone's favorite bar-coded assassin.
The true story of Agent 47 begins in the 1950s, when a group of five men from vastly different backgrounds came to serve together in the French Foreign Legion during the Vietnam War. These men were Otto Wolfgang Ort-Meyer, Lee Hong, Pablo Belisario Ochoa, Frantz Fuchs, and Arkadij Jegorov. The Five Fathers, as they're now known, maintained their connections after they'd left the Legion.
Dr. Ort-Meyer, a German scientist specializing in genetics, went on to set up a mental institution in Romania as a cover for his cloning experiments. Funded by his former comrades, now all major crime lords and terrorist leaders, he produced clones of them to serve as organ donors. This allowed the Five Fathers to maintain youthful appearances for many decades.
However, Dr. Ort-Meyer's true goal was to create "perfect assassins," cloned subjects at the peak of physical fitness, fanatically loyal, and willing to follow any order. He produced many clones, but didn't experience any real success until the 47th attempt. Agent 47 was created on September 5th, 1964, using a blend of DNA from each of the Five Fathers. In Ort-Meyer's estimation, #47 was his first genetically complete success, and was given special attention by his creator.
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