HITMAN: Sniper Assassin Competition begins
Warner Bros. Interactive
The winner of the HITMAN: Sniper Assassin Competition will have their name and likeness included in future HITMAN 2 content.
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The HITMAN: Sniper Assassin Competition is an all-new challenge for fans to put their marksman skills to the ultimate test, with top scoring Agents across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam each eligible to win the grand prize of getting their name and likeness included in future HITMAN 2 content. Starting today, players can participate by pre-ordering HITMAN 2 and downloading the new standalone Sniper Assassin mode, which is a free early access bonus that is available to play now. Participants can then officially enter the contest by registering for an IOI account and playing Sniper Assassin in "solo" mode as Agent 47.
Throughout the competition period, participants can scope out high scores via in-game leaderboards to track personal improvement or to see where they stand amongst other Agents. Three top scorers, one for each respective gaming platform, will then be determined once the competition concludes on November 6, 2018.
This competition is only open to players in participating countries, including the United States, Canada (excluding Quebec), Mexico, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Netherlands (excluding the Dutch Caribbean), Belgium, Australia and New Zealand.
To view all terms and conditions for this competition, visit: hitman.com/competition
Developed by IO Interactive, HITMAN 2 introduces new ways to play with Sniper Assassin - a standalone mode that brings all the depth one would expect from a Hitman game, through a scope, with incredible replayability, numerous challenges to complete, weapon upgrades, interesting targets, creative opportunities, intelligent A.I. and a beautiful setting in the form of a lush chateau with surrounding gardens in Himmelstein, Austria.