As Halloween horrors go, a genetically-engineered megamurderer who is aware of dozens of how to kill and can put on your garments to switch you in your on a regular basis life already appears fairly spooky to me. He’s a darkish one, that Ian Hitman. But to have fun the season of Goth Christmas, IO Interactive are making him even spookier with new themed contracts for H1tman and treat-not-tricking everybody by making the complete Colorado episode a free trial for the following fortnight. This isn’t for keepsies, in contrast to IO did with some earlier episodes, but it surely is a chance to get spooky at no cost.
IO Interactive say the ten Featured Contracts they’ve whipped up for Halloween “are spooky, creepy or otherwise frightening.” They add, “We created some that are focused on disguises, others tell spooky stories through the briefing and others are plain mayhem.” As if Ian wasn’t already creepy sufficient for sourcing his Halloween costumes from the our bodies of individuals he’s choked or stabbed.
I’ve had a flick via the brand new Contracts they usually’re not mega-complex however they may encourage Ian Hitman to decorate as a scarecrow, homicide individuals with an previous axe, and customarily be a bit extra of a Halloween slasher.
The common full Colorado mission is within the Halloween Pack too, to be clear, together with its Escalation Contracts and Featured Contracts and whatnot. The Halloweenie contracts are comparatively minor so the information right here is usually the trial for folk who don’t have already got H1tman, however you recognize me: I’m all concerning the spookings.
You can nab the Hitman Halloween Pack through Steam then play it till November 2nd, after which you’ll want to purchase it to proceed.
If you need it for keepsies, progress will carry over to the complete game and a Steam code for H1tman is accessible actual low cost proper now as a part of the new $12 Humble Monthly Bundle. It and the remainder of the Hitmen are additionally 75% off in in a Steam sale proper now.