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The original assassin is back! Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world.
Release Date: 19 Nov 2012
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Buy Hitman: Absolution

399 pуб.

Packages that include this game

Buy Hitman Absolution: Elite Edition

Includes 13 items: Hitman: Absolution™, Hitman: Sniper Challenge, Hitman: Absolution: Agency Jagd P22G, Hitman: Absolution: Agency SPS 12, Hitman: Absolution: Agency HX UMP, Hitman: Absolution: Bartoli Custom Gun, Hitman: Absolution: Krugermeier 2-2 Gun, Hitman: Absolution: Bronson M1928 Gun, Hitman: Absolution: High Tech Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: High Roller Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Public Enemy Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Handgun

Buy Hitman Collection

Includes 4 items: Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman: Blood Money, Hitman: Codename 47, Hitman: Absolution™

Buy Hitman Absolution DLC Collection

Includes 11 items: Hitman: Absolution: Agency Jagd P22G, Hitman: Absolution: Agency SPS 12, Hitman: Absolution: Agency HX UMP, Hitman: Absolution: Bartoli Custom Gun, Hitman: Absolution: Krugermeier 2-2 Gun, Hitman: Absolution: Bronson M1928 Gun, Hitman: Absolution: High Tech Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: High Roller Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Public Enemy Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Disguise, Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Handgun

Reviews

“After several years of increasingly totalitarian games where you're very much following a pre-determined path, it's nice to have a game that doesn't just encourage improvisation; it requires it.”
9/10 – IGN

“Hitman: Absolution is a triumph, top to bottom. Fans of the series can look forward to the best entry yet, without question.”
5/5 – G4TV

“Offers refinement of a beloved series in many ways, boasting more visual pizzazz than most anything releasing this year and a well-paced story which features a good share of weirdness without attempting a scope beyond its means.”
8.5/10 – Destructoid

Elite Edition

The Elite Edition contains all Hitman: Absolution content in one package:

Includes the main game – Hitman Absolution:

  • Hitman: Absolution follows the Original Assassin undertaking his most personal contract to date. Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world.

Includes all content from Hitman: Absolution – Professional Edition:
  • 72-page Digital Artbook
  • The Making Hitman: Absolution video
  • Agency Gun Pack DLC including:
    • Upgraded silencer
    • Laser sights
    • Agency Jagd P22G: A modern top-tier pistol
    • Agency HX UMP: Powerful high-caliber SMG
    • Agency SPS 12: Brutal semi-automatic shotgun

Includes all other DLC:
  • Hitman: Absolution: Bartoli Custom Gun,
  • Hitman: Absolution: Krugermeier 2-2 Gun,
  • Hitman: Absolution: Bronson M1928 Gun,
  • Hitman: Absolution: High Tech Disguise,
  • Hitman: Absolution: High Roller Disguise,
  • Hitman: Absolution: Public Enemy Disguise,
  • Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Disguise,
  • Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Handgun

Includes Hitman: Absolution – Sniper Challenge:
  • From a balcony overlooking a roof-top party, you are tasked with taking out Richard Strong, Jr., CEO of Stallion Armaments, along with his entire staff of bodyguards. Skilled players will capitalize on score multipliers, discover secret extras, unlock equipment upgrades, and marvel at the many creative ways to discretely dispose of a body while they work to fulfil their contract in the most efficient way possible.
  • Get ready to pull the trigger on a completely new chapter in the award-winning Hitman series. Be the ultimate assassin in the Hitman Sniper Challenge by testing your reactions, focus and skill in a stand-alone hit. Unlock weapons and upgrades that can be carried over into HITMAN: ABSOLUTION and compare your scores with other players around the globe using online leaderboards.

About the Game

Hitman: Absolution follows the Original Assassin undertaking his most personal contract to date. Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world.

Key Features

  • Showcasing Glacier 2™ technology: HITMAN: ABSOLUTION has been built from the ground up, boasting a cinematic story, distinctive art direction and highly original game and sound design.
  • Contracts Mode: Create your own custom hits by choosing the level, targets, weapons and the rules of assassination in an innovative new online mode. Created contracts can be shared with friends or the whole Hitman community and the money that you earn will unlock weapons, upgrades and disguises.
  • Freedom of Choice: Stalk your prey, fight them head on or adapt as you go along. As Agent 47 the choice is yours thanks to highly evolved gameplay mechanics and a ground-breaking AI system.
  • Experience a Living, Breathing World: In the world of Hitman: Absolution every moment can become a story as unique characters, rich dialogue and Hollywood standard performances combine to create a gameplay experience like no other.
  • Disguises: As Agent 47, the identity of almost anyone you meet is yours for the taking. Immobilise your prey, steal their outfit and use your instinct to blend in and deceive your enemies.
  • Instinct Mode: See the world through the eyes of Agent 47 and become the world’s deadliest assassin. Using Hitman: Absolution’s Instinct Mode you’ll predict enemy movement, discover new ways to kill and use high powered weaponry with deadly accuracy.

PC System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7
    • Processor: True dual core CPU (Intel, AMD)
    • Hard Drive Space: 24GB
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Video Card: NV8600 512 Mb RAM, or AMD equivalent
    • DirectX®: 10
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i7 or AMD Athlon II X4
    • Hard Drive Space: 24GB
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 or ATI Radeon HD 5770
    • DirectX®: 11

Mac System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks
    • Processor:2.0 GHz
    • Memory:4GB Memory
    • Graphics:512 MB*
    • Hard Drive:24 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9xxx series, NVIDIA 1xx series and NVIDIA 3xx series.
    • The following cards require you to have 8GB of system RAM: Intel HD4000.
    Recommended:
    • OS:OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks
    • Processor:2.4 GHz
    • Memory:8GB Memory
    • Graphics:1GB*
    • Hard Drive:24 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9xxx series, NVIDIA 1xx series and NVIDIA 3xx series.
    • The following cards require you to have 8GB of system RAM: Intel HD4000.
Helpful customer reviews
50 of 65 people (77%) found this review helpful
2,052 products in account
94 reviews
23.9 hrs on record
8.4/10

+ great presentation, square enix/eidos seems to have made a huge step forward in the graphics department in their last games (tomb raider and thief being the best examples)
+ great music, voice acting
+ interesting story, some fantastic cut scenes
+ gameplay is rewarding when you use stealth, non-linear progression of missions
+ clever idea of contracts made by players

- that instinct idea ruins the fun for hardcore stealth players
- lacks the charm of previous titles, you just won't get the silent assassin's feeling
- gameplay feels automated at times

it's a very good game overall, i just never had the feeling of the previous hitman games, now that they certainly have the technology producing some fantastic graphics, eidos could focus more on gameplay
Posted: 27 March 2014
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49 of 64 people (77%) found this review helpful
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42 reviews
13.5 hrs on record
Don't come into Hitman: Absolution expecting a Blood Money sequel. There's very little room for creative assassinations, it's nowhere near as punishing, and the levels do little to vary themselves from one another.

If you're just down for some not-very-tense stealth, some fun killing, disguising, and throwing screwdrivers into people's heads though, you'll find some fun here, and after finishing the game I realized that though it's not very Hitman, I found it pretty fun.

7/10
Posted: 29 January 2014
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42 of 58 people (72%) found this review helpful
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7 reviews
24.7 hrs on record
Did you play the older Hitman games? (Y/N)
(Y): Don't buy this.
(N): Buy this.
Posted: 12 March 2014
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32 of 51 people (63%) found this review helpful
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79 reviews
11.9 hrs on record
This is not a good Hitman game. It's an exceptionally poor stealth game.

It's pretty great, however, if you play it completely incorrectly. Go into every room guns blazing. Beat people over the head with hammers. Blow up a bomb in a crowd and then take out your target with a screwdriver.

Don't play this game correctly, but play it.
Posted: 25 January 2014
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
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5 reviews
29.5 hrs on record
I have played all the Hitman series so I was really looking forward to this game.

And I was not disappointed I really loved the level designs and different ways of completing missions always trying to challenge myself to beat levels without killing anyone except the target which is a nice challenge or you can go full on gun blazing.

The only thing I could say that I do not like is how the game is structured over the instinct meter when playing on higher difficulties making it impossible to walk past guards while being disguised.

Overall this was a amazing game I have always loved the Hitman series and this was not a disappointment.
Posted: 11 July 2014
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167 of 217 people (77%) found this review helpful
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17.9 hrs on record
It’s been a long time since a game has absolutely infuriated me. Hitman: Absolution manages to do it.

This is going to be a pretty long rant/review, so be prepared.

Disclaimer: Played 20 hours campaign, on Hard.

I’ll start straight off with the main problem: The Disguise System changes. In Blood Money, enemies
would treat you differently based on what disguise you had on; each disguise had different “permissions”, in terms of what areas of the map you can go in. Enemies would never see through your disguise unless you acted strangely (carried guns as a waiter, throwing objects, bumping into people while sprinting).In Absolution, enemies with the same disguise as you will start pursuing you if you stand in their vision too long (which is a very short time limit). After this, it’s only a matter of time until they realize you’re not really who your disguise says you are and start opening fire. This prompts everyone to start shooting you. Add in the fact that maps typically are CRAWLING with guards of the same uniform and disguises have little worth the majority of the time.

My primary tactic in response to these changes was to change disguise to something beyond a typical cop/guard so I would not be noticed. Sometimes this worked, sometimes I got noticed by other janitors/ushers/etc of the same kind. The only difference of being caught by these guys is that they run away and tell the nearest guards to start shooting you instead. Later levels had high saturation of many types of NPCs, which made me hop from disguise to disguise.

Why is this problem in need of such detail? I found that it forced me to 1) pacify/kill more NPCs than I wanted to and 2) always be looking at patrolling NPCs instead of my enviornment, which is even worse as my first concern on my first playthrough was to look around the map and find what options I had to killing my target. I spent less time planning my kills and more times trying to avoid a massive shootout.

While Hard difficulty increases both the number of enemies and how fast they respond, I feel that
easier difficulties only reduce the above problems in terms of scale. Fundamentally, I found
the disguise and detection mechanics to be absolutely infuriating. I can’t count how many times
I restarted a checkpoint when an npc turned a corner and unveiled me (proximity decreases how much time you have until detection), and unless you deal with who detected you within 1 second, other enemies will be alerted and sometimes even call for backup! It causes a messy, compounding situation that made me just restart the mission every time I was spotted.

This problem reaches its apex in the later half of the game, where almost every enviornment is small and populated with a variety of npcs. Preventing detection required me to burn Instinct and keep behind small cover the whole time. Like mentioned above, this prevented me from exploring (and this getting a good feel for) the missions, making me feel restricted in what should be a sandbox scenario.

I’ll be honest and say I have not finished the game. I’m in the middle of the epilogue mission, but after
going through the first half of it just gunning down everyone (including my target), I realized that I
didn’t care anymore. I’m going to uninstall this game after posting this review.

I know I haven’t mentioned the story, Contracts mode, or even any of the other mechanics yet. To
keep things sparse:

+the story is interesting enough to want to see what happens next, although 47’s character motivations are a little arbitrary. I found the main villian to be entertainingly nutty and even a bit threatening.

+shooting and cover mechanics are solid. Aiming feels fine and you can choose whether you want 47 to “stick” to cover or not.

+Contracts is an interesting idea, but the majority of levels in this game are linear, and I found the sandbox levels to not be fun for the reasons already stated.

I really hate to say that I got so frustrated with a game. I hate being yet another person on the internet saying I didn’t have fun with a game, although I hope I have clearly expressed why I felt that way. Perhaps other people will find this game more fun than I did. However, I strongly advise watching some videos on it, even parts of a playthrough before you make your purchase.
Posted: 26 December 2012
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