Looking at the finest missions from the World of Assassination trilogy.
Two targets, lots of options, great locations, and some absurdly satisfying death scenes. Not only can 47 mash a target into paste using a giant grape presser, he even gets to do a celebratory waltz with handler Diana. A slam dunk.
Our introduction to Hitman's World of Assassination is still one Agent 47's greatest levels. The grand mansion is a remarkable piece of level design, with its James Bond-inspired aesthetic going on to define this trilogy's stylish hits.
A warehouse rave on the outskirts of Berlin is an inspired idea. Being able to pick any five targets from a pool of ten also turns Berlin into a big ol' murder pick-and-mix. This level tests your stealth skills more than any other in the trilogy.
A lovely place to visit, get a nip-tuck, and obviously, do some murders. There are lots of killer moments. Death by yoga. Death by puffer fish. Death by throwing a replacement heart into a bin. An excellent level that unfurls in satisfying style.
Modern Hitman's most famous level. An entire town, just to kill a couple of jerks in their fancy mansion? What a massive flex. Such is the scale of this seaside resort, Sapienza is the most fiercely replayable level in the trilogy.
Miami is a perfect playground of murder. We love how it's built around the race—you're not just infiltrating a place, but a specific moment in time. If you don't love whacking targets in that mascot costume, there's something deeply wrong with you.
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