Evolution of Hitman Games w/ Facts 2000-2022
Hitman is by far one of the world’s most popular video game franchises. We are all aware of agent 47 and his insanely illegal escapades due to the plethora of games that have been releasing since two decades. Franchise is showing no signs of stopping, and red going to definitely get more content now that 2016’s Hitman 3 is about to be two years old. Of course, before they announce a brand new entry to the franchise, here’s a refresher to remind you of some of the best unknown facts about the Hitman series!
Evolution of Hitman Games 2000-2022
2000 Hitman: Codename 47 0:00
2002 Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 0:38
2004 Hitman: Contracts 1:18
2006 Hitman: Blood Money 1:50
2012 Hitman: Absolution 2:29
2012 Hitman: Sniper Challenge 2:56
2014 Hitman Go 3:30
2014 Hitman Sniper 3:52
2016 Hitman 4:11
2018 Hitman 2 4:47
2021 Hitman 3 5:18
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