Hitman Trilogy bundles the best Agent 47 killing sprees together


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Available to download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Hitman Trilogy bundles the very latest (and for some, the very finest) of Hitman titles together. This means that no matter whether you played and enjoyed the episodic Hitman from a few years back, joined 47 again in Hitman 2 before jumping back in with Hitman 3, or have missed all the remarkable killings first time around, you can get access to all three games without fuss nor bother. 

Priced at £83.49, it’s certainly a decent amount of wedge that you’ll need to put down in order to enjoy the Hitman Trilogy, but thankfully with Xbox Game Pass play in place, downloading those games absolutely free of charge (we’re not counting the price of Game Pass, that’s a gimme for anyone) is doable. 

But what do we get? Well the original reboot of Hitman – Hitman 1, if you will – first released back in 2016 as an episodic drop, giving players the chance to join Agent 47 on his killing sprees, before taking a back seat and waiting for the next chapter to roll out. Honestly, we weren’t fans of how this stop-start nature treated the bald one and would have much preferred to sit down and plow through the lot in one shot. 

Thank goodness for Hitman 2 in 2018 then. It was that which picked up the Hitman baton and ran with it, taking players through a world full of lunacy and opportunity. The killing was still there, but this time around there was no waiting; 47 could just get on with the job at hand. 

This meant things flowed better and ensured that Hitman 2 delivered a ton of gameplay possibilities and even more narratives. 

And then Hitman 3 came along and blew everything out of the water. Probably the finest – in our eyes – of the more recent Hitman reboots, 2021’s Hitman 3 looked gorgeous, played even better and ensured that the whole World of Assassination arcs could be concluded in style. 

There’s obviously much more that needs to be talked about in terms of Hitman 1, Hitman 2 and Hitman 3, and by dropping in on our reviews via those links provided, you’ll get a decent understanding of what to expect. They are pretty much spoiler free too, so you can give them a read whilst you wait for your games to download and install. 

So how do you get access? Well, it’s as easy as heading to the Xbox Store, picking out the Hitman Trilogy page and getting things moving. Whether you pay, or utilise the power of Game Pass is up to you.  Let us know how you get on with helping Agent 47 achieve his lifelong goals. 

And what if you need even more Hitman after that? Well, the Premium Add-Ons Bundle is here to help. Priced at £49.99 this contains a ton of new content, with all of the following…

  • HITMAN 1 GOTY Upgrade – Patient Zero Campaign – 3x Themed Escalations and weapon unlocks – GOTY Outfit Bundle
  • HITMAN 2 Expansion Pass – 2x Locations (New York & Haven Island) – 2 x Sniper Assassin maps (Hantu Port & Siberia) – Winter Sports Pack – Smart Casual Pack – Executive Pack – Collector’s Pack – Special Assignments Pack 1 + 2
  • HITMAN 3 Deluxe Pack – 6x Deluxe Escalation Contracts – Deluxe Suits and Items – Digital Soundtracks – Digital “World of HITMAN” Book – Director Commentary (Mission Introduction)

Game Description:

Get access to all three games in the World of Assassination trilogy. Embark on a globetrotting adventure and become Agent 47 in the ultimate spy-thriller story across more than 20 locations. Unleash your creativity, track down your targets and enjoy unparalleled freedom of choice in meticulously detailed sandbox locations around the world. This bundle includes everything you need to play the Standard Edition of each game in the trilogy. The HITMAN Trilogy includes: – HITMAN 1 Standard Edition (Access Pass) – HITMAN 2 Standard Edition (Access Pass) – HITMAN 3 Standard Edition

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