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New Hitman game released during E3

The video game Hitman franchise has a sequel for their 2016, reboot.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and IO Interactive announced the game will officially be called Hitman 2.

Not to be confused with the 2002 release Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. The story for the assaian known only as Agent 47, whos been contracted to hunt and kill “the elusive Shadow Client and unravel his militia once and for all.” Players have the choice to be stealthy and sneak around or go in guns blazing there are a number of creative ways to eliminate the targets.

The sequel to the 2016 hit will feature a new co-op mode for the first time in the series. A gameplay mode called Sniper Assassin, which brings online co-op where players team up for long-ranged sniper-based missions to eliminate targets from afar. Customers who pre-order Hitman 2 will get access to the Sniper Assassin mode now.

In addition to the standard standard version for $59.99. There will also be a $79.99 “Silver Edition,” which includes the first DLC and adds a new location, sniper map, and new outfits and weapons, and a $99.99 “Gold Edition,” which includes both planned DLC packs. In other words, the sequel is sticking to a more traditional DLC structure instead of the episodic release of the original

Hitman 2 will release for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on November 13th.