Hitman 3 Developer, IO Interactive, Reveals All Locations in Upcoming Entry

Dubai one of the new Hitman 3 locations

Hitman 3 arrives in just a handful of days on January 20 and until now, we had only known about a few of the locales the hitman will be visiting this time around.

Developer IO Interactive has revealed a spoiler-free guide to the full list of locations Agent 47 will be plying his trade in Hitman 3 when it lands later this month.

Hitman 3 looks a bit good, doesn't it?

Dubai - Experience the grandeur and decadence of Dubai at the opening ceremony of the tallest building in the world.

Try not to drink too much while working in Mendoza, Argentina known for the land's attractive hills and of course, the well-established wine district filled with modern vineyards.

Best of all, Agent 47 will be able to explore the top floors of the building both inside and out, which could be absolutely terrifying in VR!

Next up is the Dartmoor level in the United Kingdom, which appears to have been inspired by the film Knives Out.

"Travel to the historic Thornbridge Manor in Dartmoor for a mission with a murder mystery twist. Two birds, one disguise".

At the mid-way point of the game, 47 is en-route to Germany, in outskirts of Berlin.

The next mission will require maneuvering in the tightly packed streets of food stands, shops and the twisting turns within China's megacity Chongqing, where secrets lie in abundance.

I'm actually excited to see how the game wraps up in what I presume can only be a Romanian mountain stronghold, that houses elite members of the global conspiracy to ride out the imminent climate change apocalypse that has been hinted at by the 1% during various sequences inside of Hitman so far. While IO Interactive remains tight-lipped on the final stage, the studio has shed some light on the Mendoza location.

"Hitman 3's penultimate mission takes Agent 47 to Argentina", reads an official blog post. It's one of the most well-known Winelands in South America and will give players the chance to explore the sloping hills of a modern vineyard.

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