Consider this a public service announcement- today is your last chance to take on The Politician in Hitman 3.
IO Interactive posted an image on their Twitter reminding players that they have less than 24 hours to go to take out The Politician before she disappears from the game forever.
For those who are new to Hitman, The Politician is an Elusive Target, which means that players only have a limited amount of time to take them on and kill them before they disappear from the game entirely. Players are also only allowed one attempt at taking them down, which means you can’t die or fail the mission.
Doing so successfully will reward the player with experience points to level them up, and will award them unique outfits and items in the long run. The Politician is the second Elusive Target to come to Hitman 3, with more likely coming in the upcoming seasons for the game, although the details haven’t been released yet.
This Elusive Target is fairly unique from others that have appeared in the game previously, as she has a body double that will follow her around the map. It’s up to the player to figure out which one is the real thing and take them down. You’ve now only got till the end of the day to get that done.
The Politician stands as the last Elusive Target for Hitman 3’s Season of Greed, with the previous contract appearing earlier in the month. The Season of Greed ends on May 9, with a few custom contracts releasing in the next few days. We should find out more about the next season before this one comes to a close.
If you’ve never had the chance to play Hitman 3’s Elusive Targets before, you can actually take on The Politician through the free demo version of Hitman 3. The target’s mission takes place on Hawke’s Bay, which is one of the free missions you can try in the demo, so you can actually experience your first Elusive Target there.
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