Christmas is indeed a time for giving. A Hitman Christmas DLC is arriving this month in the name of charity. Hitman fans are all invited to donate to the World Cancer Research Fund to support the game?s upcoming holiday mission.
Square Enix and Io Interactive confirmed that a brand new mission will be added to Hitman 2016. It is going to be a free Christmas DLC. And, it will be released as early as December 13.
The Christmas DLC is free because the developers are reportedly requesting for donations instead of payments. There is no recommended amount. Those who are willing to support the cause can donate in U.S. dollars (or British pounds) to the U.K.-based organization.
Hitman Christmas DLC
Hitman fans will be thrilled to know that the game will feature a more festive environment for the game?s upcoming holiday mission. The spirit of Christmas will be apparent as the game includes Christmas trees, snow, decorations and presents.
Latest gaming news claims that Agent 47 will have access to a new disguise. He will also face a new mission. He will chase two thieves who?ve been stealing gifts. Agent 47 can also open some of the boxes along Paris and utilize their content to complete his new mission.
Game for a Cause
Io Interactive Studio head Hannes Seifert recently talked about cancer. He said it is ?something that affects everyone in one way or another at some point in their lives.? So they are now giving away free holiday content. In return, they ask that if you want to ?donate to a great cause, please give whatever you can.?
Io Interactive also recently announced its December content schedule. It includes two more Elusive Targets and a sniper challenge pack. It apparently looks like there will be enough Hitman content for everyone this holiday season.
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