New Hitman Screens Show Dapper Agent 47 Causing Trouble in Marrakesh

Killing in style.



Square Enix has released a selection of new screenshots for the next chapter of IO Interactive's Hitman.

Episode 3 will take Agent 47 to Marrakesh, where he'll need to take out a private banker and an army General. From the looks of the disguises in the screenshots below, he'll be able to do so with a touch of class.

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The images show Agent 47 walking through a Moroccan market wearing a rather fetching white suit and cream hat, both of which will no doubt be stained in blood before too long.

Also pictured is a scene where he's wearing a police officer's uniform. In the background, what looks to be a protest is taking place. This is probably an elaborate setup for bringing down the aforementioned army General.

"We knew that Marrakesh had to be something extraordinary, so the team set out to build a location that was both teeming with life and with things to do," IO's community manager Travis Barbour previously said.

"Marrakesh has been built with a maze of alleys, a range of souks that line the medina walls, and a fully fletched shisha café," he explained. "Moving upwards, players can enjoy the shade on the signature rooftop terraces of Marrakesh."

Although pricing for the Marrakesh episode hasn't been revealed yet, it is likely to be in line with the cost of the previous episode in Sapienza, which was $10 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. All six episodes are available through the $60 "full experience" package.

Marrakesh will also introduce "a lot more live content," including a "wide range of challenges and opportunities," according to IO Interactive. Additionally, there will be new Elusive Targets and Escalation Contracts to take on.

For more on the first two Hitman episodes, check out GameSpot's reviews below.

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