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5.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 43 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 22 out of 43
  2. Negative: 19 out of 43
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  1. Nov 9, 2018
    10
    If you love Hitman 2 this game is for you. Its one of the best Hitman game's ever made
  2. Nov 10, 2018
    8
    The first game was to be from the beginning with io interactive, not with square enix and this policy of playing in episodes full of microtransactions. excellent game but with little change compared to the previous one. 8/10
  3. Nov 10, 2018
    10
    Hitman isn't for everybody, if you didn't enjoy the first season then you're definitely not going to enjoy this one. However if like me you absolutely loved the first season then you're going to love this one even more. It's essentially the same amazing gameplay from season one but now there are six huge brand new levels to explore and murder people in. However this time, better attentionHitman isn't for everybody, if you didn't enjoy the first season then you're definitely not going to enjoy this one. However if like me you absolutely loved the first season then you're going to love this one even more. It's essentially the same amazing gameplay from season one but now there are six huge brand new levels to explore and murder people in. However this time, better attention has been paid to level design and the levels are more consistent in quality, whereas in the first some levels were great but others were lacking. If you love Hitman then this developer deserves all your support. They're one of the few developers left who make game like this. Buy this game, it's worth it. Expand
  4. Nov 12, 2018
    9
    Semi-derisively labeled "Hitman Season 2" rather than a true sequel, with Hitman 2 it feels as though the episodic experiment IO began in 2016 is finally a complete game. The fact that all of the content from the previous entry can be ported over reinforces the fact that Hitman 2 is simply the latest build of IO's Hitman client, now filled with a robust library of assassinationSemi-derisively labeled "Hitman Season 2" rather than a true sequel, with Hitman 2 it feels as though the episodic experiment IO began in 2016 is finally a complete game. The fact that all of the content from the previous entry can be ported over reinforces the fact that Hitman 2 is simply the latest build of IO's Hitman client, now filled with a robust library of assassination playgrounds. Whether this is worth the price tag of a whole new game ultimately depends on how serious of a devotee to the series you are. As a die-hard Agent 47 aficionado, Hitman 2 delivers. All the missions are solid and the suburban episode "Another Life" ranks highly in the canon of great Hitman environments. Hitman Blood Money is still the best overall entry in the series and 2016 HItman's Sapienza still wears the crown of best individual mission, but Hitman 2 is a great continuation of the franchise's legacy. My only fear is that WB will pressure the studio to start cranking out sequels every year and dilute the quality (a la Assassin's Creed or Call of Duty). Expand
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82

Generally favorable reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 15
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  1. Nov 11, 2018
    85
    Despite IO’s assertion that Hitman 2 has improved AI, I don’t see it – this simply feels like new content for Hitman — and as I said, I’m very okay with that.
  2. Nov 9, 2018
    80
    Hitman 2 feels like a slightly improved content pack over the previous game, with new missions and locations but not enough innovation or meaningful changes in gameplay. If you liked the previous game, though, it won't disappoint you providing many hours in its quality stealth sandbox experience.
  3. Nov 9, 2018
    77
    Hitman 2 repeats the successful first chapter formula, but in this case, with some improvements and all the content at once. However, the feeling of being the same game, with more content, is here. New scenarios, more options, the same approach to challenging missions, multiplayer mode and more doesn’t seem to be enough to define it as a sequel. You can even play the first game directly, and also, you can buy it from the game itself. Maybe Hitman 2 seems to be an expansion more than a complete game.